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Queues

Queues

“we tolerate Mondays
we tolerate winter mornings
when the first toe to step on the frozen floor
warns us it’s going to be a good day
to die”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Translation by Pierre-Luc Landry
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L’Équation du temps

L’Équation du temps

There’s a strange beauty to the melancholy. Things are grotty but never gritty; realistic and unbelievable all at once.

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Interview with Pierre-Luc Landry

Interview with Pierre-Luc Landry

An interview with author, professor, and publisher Pierre-Luc Landry.

This is part of an ongoing series of interviews with people who are closely involved with Quebec literature on a daily basis as we continue to talk to publishers, readers, bookstore owners, and translators to get a feel for today’s publishing scene in Quebec.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Interview with Pierre-Luc Landry
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Les corps extraterrestres

Les corps extraterrestres

It has the feel of a road trip, or at least of a journey of discovery, of self-exploration, of star-gazing and navel-gazing. This novel belongs firmly in the camp of “international” literature to come out of Quebec.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Review by Peter McCambridge
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