Archive for September, 2015

Interview with Larry Tremblay

Interview with Larry Tremblay

Biblioasis recently released The Orange Grove by Larry Tremblay in a translation by Sheila Fischman. Here is publisher Dan Wells’ conversation with the author.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Conversation between Dan Wells and Larry Tremblay
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For Anne

For Anne

Some things in life are just hard to explain to your kids, you know? But you still have to try; it’s usually worth it.
Take my daughter Anne, for instance, who was asking why two of her playmates always speak English with each other, even though they have French names and their parents speak French. That’s weird. How come?
Well it just so happens that I kind of know their family.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Translation by Madeleine Stratford
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Captive

Captive

Away from alcohol, work, friends, family, television, and everything else that tends to stand between us and life, Julian and Emma are subjected to a series of increasingly cruel and unusual tests. Why them? What is this? Some kind of twisted reality TV show?

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Review by Peter McCambridge
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L’année la plus longue

L’année la plus longue

L’année la plus longue—Daniel Grenier’s first novel following an initial collection of short stories, also published by Le Quartanier—is impressive both in scope and ambition. It is the “story of a man who couldn’t grow old,” a saga of epic proportions.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Review by Peter McCambridge
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