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Kris Rothstein on Fleishman Is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner. Read more

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Jocelyn Kuang on what it is to be a normal person. Read more

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Michał Kozłowski on the ineffable Beverly Glenn-Copeland. Read more

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Kris Rothstein on a book written by a book nerd, for book nerds about a book nerd. Read more

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Michael Hayward on an anthology of noir fiction set in neighbourhoods around Vancouver. Read more

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Kelsea O'Connor on queer lovers, gothic horror and fairy tale themes. Read more

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Anson Ching on survival in the North. Read more

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Kris Rothstein on a no-nonsense Irish heroine. Read more

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Unreliable narrator, post-modernist self-reference and contemporary literary references—Michael Hayward on the nature of the autobiography. Read more

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Mary Schendlinger on Fay Weldon's 48th or 53rd book, After the Peace. Read more

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Kristen Lawson on the hero's journey through "queer/feminist/Asian/West Coast/Rocky Mountain sensibilities." Read more

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Michael Hayward on the perfect setup for a classic “film noir.” Read more

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Jesmine Cham on the unknown story of two women who race around the world in eighty days. Read more

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Kelsea O'Connor on the self-published webcomic by Ngozi Ukazu. Read more

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Michael Hayward on I Will Never See the World Again by Ahmet Altan Read more

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Anson Ching on Mo Yan's ability to tell stories as if they were written memories. Read more

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Patty Osborne on Shtisel—an Israeli TV series about an ultra-religious Jewish family in Jerusalem. Read more

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Michael Hayward on one book you should read this year. Read more

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Debby Reis on Canadian institutions, 1960s counterculture and milkshake. Read more

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