At the end of every year, The Guardian newspaper in England asks a range of publishers to pick their hits and misses. Last year, we began a new tradition of…
“She stays silent for the time it takes to determine that there are two dots, and then to find the words to defuse the bomb she’s about to drop. I pretend to listen but I’m already gone.”
Quelque chose en moi choisit le coup de poing is an essay on the expression of the self followed by a series of very short plays. Here are two of them.
An interview with author, professor, and publisher Pierre-Luc Landry.
Le chasseur inconnu is literally a timeless tale, with temporal references as few and far between as outsiders in the village.
“My children, let us all go home. There is no point in us slandering any further. Let’s see how things look in the morning.”