IN THE NEWS!
David Huebert’s Chemical Valley (October 12, 2021) received an excellent review in the Miramichi Reader. The review was published online on October 25. You can read on their website here.
Reviewer Ian Colford wrote:
“Huebert’s prose shines, frequently catching the reader off guard with startling but memorable turns of phrase and delirious imaginative leaps. And while the manic energy, eccentric humour and wry observations on life and love keep us entertained, the book’s rich emotional core draws us in, touching us at the most profound level.”
David Huebert was also interviewed by the Dalhousie Gazette! The interview was published on October 14, and is available to read on their website here.
Interviewer Madison Scanlan wrote:
“Chemical Valley is full of stories that are beautiful, gross, depressing and uplifting all at once. Through the use of dazzling language and complex characters, this deeply thoughtful collection will truly get you thinking.”
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Keath Fraser’s novella Charity (February 2, 2021) received a glowing review from the Ormsby Review. The review was published online on October 25. You can check it out on their website here.
Reviewer Theo Dombrowski wrote:
“[I]n Fraser’s hands, and through his words, the human experience becomes not the facts and flow of a particular story with particular characters, but rather something rich and strange, with echoes and parallels throughout time and across distances.”
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AS YOU WERE
Elaine Feeney, author of As You Were (October 5, 2021) was interviewed by Book Marks! The rapid-fire book recs interview was published on October 25. You can take a look on their website here.
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Householders (September 14, 2021) by Kate Cayley was featured in a review from the Memphis Flyer! The review was published online on October 27, and is available to read on their website here.
Reviewer Jesse Davis wrote:
“Forgiveness is much sought after but rarely given freely, so Cayley writes with a passion that seems to extend that longed-for forgiveness to her characters when they cannot bring themselves to do it for themselves.”
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MUSIC, LATE AND SOON
Robyn Sarah’s Music, Late and Soon (August 24, 2021) was reviewed in Montreal Serai! The review was published online on October 24, and can be read on their website here.
Reviewer Dr. Kerry McElroy wrote:
“Deeply interdisciplinary and challenging, it bears intimate witness as the internationally acclaimed Montréal poet reckons with the parallel strands of music and writing interwoven through her creative and inner lives.”
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A GHOST IN THE THROAT
A Ghost in the Throat (June 1, 2021) by Doireann Ní Ghríofa was listed as a Best Book of 2021 in Publisher’s Weekly! You can check out it and the rest of the list on their website here.
Doireann Ní Ghríofa was also interviewed on the Poetry Extension podcast! The interview was posted on October 19. You can listen to it on their website here.
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FIELD NOTES SERIES
The first three books in the Biblioasis Field Notes series—On Risk by Mark Kingwell, On Property by Rinaldo Walcott, and On Decline by Andrew Potter—were reviewed in an article from the Literary Review of Canada! The review was posted online on October, and will appear in the November issue. You can read it on their website here.
Reviewer John Allemang describes them as:
“[A] short sharp shock in the pamphleteering tradition.”
An excerpt from Andrew Potter’s On Decline (August 17, 2021) was featured in Lithub! The excerpt, “How Nostalgia Can Hide Dark Political Realities” was published online on October 21. You can read it on their website here.
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