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Hiroshimoi

Hiroshimoi

“She falls asleep with you, at night. Sees your morning waffle. Smells your fresh-out-of-the-shower scent and knows how water beads on your skin just before you wrap yourself up in a towel.”

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Tis the Season to Be Jolly

Tis the Season to Be Jolly

“Tis the season when taking stock makes you feel stuck in a corner, like you’ve had your bell rung. Tis the season when taking stock makes you smile like you’re in a toothpaste ad…”

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Pugnacious and Flamboyant

Pugnacious and Flamboyant

In Faire l’amour, Anne-Marie Olivier talks frankly and funnily about sex, with each of the play’s scenes based on a true story.

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Pour réussir un poulet

Pour réussir un poulet

Fabien Cloutier won a first Governor General’s Literary Award in 2015 with Pour réussir un poulet, a raw and cruel portrait of the exploitation of human misery.

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