It’s always interesting to look back on stats at the end of the year, so here are the top 12 posts for 2022. Notably some of these are reviews from 2020, others are from this year. Of note, too is Zoë Sutton Harris’ popular (and humorous) short story, “That Cat’s Going to be Trouble”.
- Cottagers and Indians by Drew Hayden Taylor
- A World of Curiosities by Louise Penny
- Gutter Child by Jael Richardson
- “That Cat’s Going to be Trouble” A Short Story by Zoë Sutton Harris
- Fight Night, by Miriam Toews
- Best Fiction of 2022
- Best Poetry of 2022
- Journey to the Hopewell Star by Hannah State
- From the Ashes by Jesse Thistle
- Brit Happens: Or Living the Canadian Dream by James Mullinger
- The Spoon Stealer by Lesley Crewe
- We, the Others: Allophones, Immigrants, and Belonging in Canada by Toula Drimonis
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.