The chilly, shortened (daylight) days of mid-November are as good a time as any to look back on 2021. Here are top-ten posts for 2021, according to our WordPress stats. A nice mixture of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and even an author interview.
- A Canadian Nurse in the Great War: The Diaries of Ruth Loggie, 1915-1916 Edited by Ross Hebb (Non-fiction)
- Winners of “The Very Best!” Book Awards for 2021
- The Lee Gowan Interview
- Cottagers and Indians by Drew Hayden Taylor (Fiction)
- Must-Have New Brunswick Books of 2020
- Gutter Child by Jael Richardson (Fiction)
- Fight Night by Miriam Toews (Fiction)
- Erase and Rewind by Meghan Bell (Short fiction)
- The Blue Dragonfly: Healing Through Poetry by Veronica Eley (Poetry)
- The Spoon Stealer by Lesley Crewe (Fiction)
James M. Fisher is the owner and editor-in-chief of The Miramichi Reader. He began TMR in 2015, realizing that there was a genuine need for more book reviews of Canadian literature. It has since become Canada’s best-regarded source for the finest in new literary releases. James has been interviewed about TMR on CBC Radio and other media sites. James works as a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist and lives in Miramichi, New Brunswick with his wife Diane and their tabby cat Eddie.