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The Keeper’s Daughter

The Keeper’s Daughter

“The islands are dropped words, outstripping thought. Like splattered chapters. Heading in every direction.”

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The Keeper’s Daughter

The Keeper’s Daughter

“Caron superbly captures the loneliness, confusion, and fear that come with forgetting.”

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Interview with Oana Avasilichioaei

Interview with Oana Avasilichioaei

“One layer that I do really appreciate about Quebec literature is the presence of a social engagement, a politicizing of the subject, voice, language through the material of language at a kind of ground roots level.”

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ZORA

ZORA

“Zora’s eyes gleamed like burning coals. For the first time since the beginning of their night ride, Tero was convinced she was not altogether sane.”

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In Search of New Babylon

In Search of New Babylon

“He backed out of the room, never taking his eyes off the preacher.”

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In Search of New Babylon

In Search of New Babylon

“Scali has successfully taken a piece of American history and woven it into a wholly unique Quebec Western.”

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2017 English-Language Publisher Hits & Misses

2017 English-Language Publisher Hits & Misses

This year, we begin a new tradition and ask a handful of English-language publishers to look back at 2017, focusing as ever on Quebec fiction.

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Running on Fumes

Running on Fumes

Running on Fumes is a taut tale, a classic road trip that kicks off with just a man and his car (and a bad-tempered cat for company).

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Review by Tony Malone
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