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Interview with Oana Avasilichioaei

Interview with Oana Avasilichioaei

“One layer that I do really appreciate about Quebec literature is the presence of a social engagement, a politicizing of the subject, voice, language through the material of language at a kind of ground roots level.”

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Interview with JC Sutcliffe

Interview with JC Sutcliffe

“I held the printed book in my hands for the first time just a few days ago and am a little afraid to open it.”

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Document 1

Document 1

“Being armchair tourists suited us down to the ground. We used to say that it would be cool to actually go somewhere, to feel the Pimlico breeze on our skin, to go shopping in downtown Happyland, to make friends in Dirty Butter Creek.”

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2017 English-Language Publisher Hits & Misses

2017 English-Language Publisher Hits & Misses

This year, we begin a new tradition and ask a handful of English-language publishers to look back at 2017, focusing as ever on Quebec fiction.

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Sports and Pastimes

Sports and Pastimes

“It gets steep. Very steep. I can’t see the end of the incline. It’s really long. Félix takes off like a shot. I hate him.”

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Testament

Testament

“This is narrative as a performance. And what a performance.”

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Testament

Testament

“Maman, I eat hard knocks for breakfast. Maman, I drank every day for six years.”

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