“You went under, and I’ve been at sea ever since, searching for you in every wave.”
Read an excerpt from the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist.
“Life is made up of conflict, pleasure, harmony, and dissonance. The same elements are found in music, art, and the novels of Eric Dupont.”
“As individual readers we are attracted to certain kinds of books, and patterns and themes emerge through those readings.
“It’s the first words, the opening lines that grab my attention. They have to land, leave their mark.”
“I don’t know how to do this. How to quit. This.”