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En rampant

En rampant

While David Clerson’s first novel, Brothers, was sweeping, allegorical, and pull-no-punches dark, En rampant is anchored in the real, paranoid, present, albeit with a significant dash of magical realism

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Translation by Katia Grubisic
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The Unknown Huntsman

The Unknown Huntsman

Katherine Hastings talks about what it was like to translate The Unknown Huntsman, a quirky first novel.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Interview with Katherine Hastings
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Life in the Court of Matane

Life in the Court of Matane

“It was there, just at the bottom of the eighth beer, that we would start to lose him. He would begin to lift up off the ground, rising ever higher, ever further, until we needed a telescope to watch him ascend into the sky.”

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Eric Dupont, a Profile

Eric Dupont, a Profile

“Life is made up of conflict, pleasure, harmony, and dissonance. The same elements are found in music, art, and the novels of Eric Dupont.”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Profile by Mélanie Vincelette
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Eric Dupont, a Self-Portrait

Eric Dupont, a Self-Portrait

“Books have always accompanied me. Even in an education system that had declared war on literature, I managed, with the help of a few high-school librarians, to satisfy my appetite for reading. Bless them.”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Self-portrait by Eric Dupont
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Life in the Court of Matane

Life in the Court of Matane

Throughout, Dupont is aware of the transformational power of literature and his own brand of writing is more powerful than most. We do not leave this world of his making unscathed.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Review by Peter McCambridge
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