The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto by Nate Hendley

Readers of true crime will be happy to hear that Nate Hendley is back with The Boy on the Bicycle (2018, Five Rivers Publishing). This was a project Mr. Hendley had put on hold while finishing his encyclopedic book The Big Con, which was a history of confidence men, hoaxes and frauds from past to … Continue reading The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto by Nate Hendley

Once Upon A Time in West Toronto by Terri Favro

In 2012 Terri Favro's novella The Proxy Bride (Quattro Books) won the Ken Klonsky Quattro Novella Award. Fellow Inanna author Lisa de Nikolits said of The Proxy Bride: "A beautiful snapshot of a time past and present: a vignette of small town Niagara, home to passionate Italians, their lives portrayed lovingly with sensual prose and operatic lyrical descriptions." Once … Continue reading Once Upon A Time in West Toronto by Terri Favro

Between Rothko and 3 Windows by Corrado Paina

Paina has published five collections of poetry with Mansfield Press (Toronto) including Hoarse Legend (2000) and cinematic taxi (2015). In Italy, there have been numerous publications including a collection of short stories, several collections of poetry, and the original version of this novella, “tra Rothko e tre finestre”. One of the greatest joys in reviewing books is the unexpected … Continue reading Between Rothko and 3 Windows by Corrado Paina

Two Recent Titles from Inanna Publications – July 2016

Publications of Toronto produces consistently excellent titles-- fiction, poetry and non-fiction written with "perspectives that have the potential not just to educate or entertain, but to excite, enhance and motivate your passion for change". The following two titles are no exception. First is the novella What Happened to Tom, the second is All My Fallen … Continue reading Two Recent Titles from Inanna Publications – July 2016