Contemporary Fiction

Excerpt: Hold on please, Emily by Doris Siu

An excerpt from Doris Siu's novel, Hold On Please, Emily.

2 months ago

Noisemaker by Andy Tolson

Part ghost story, part fictionalized memoir, Noisemaker is a love letter to when thrashing guitars, pounding drums, and the three…

2 months ago

A Convergence of Solitudes by Anita Anand

A story of identity, connection and forgiveness, A Convergence of Solitudes shares the lives of two families across Partition of…

3 months ago

The Sisters Sputnik: A Novel, by Terri Favro

Ingenious, smoothly written, and funny, at times bitingly so, Terri Favro's The Sisters Sputnik is well worth a read.

5 months ago

Matters of Time: An Outliers Anthology

Five years after their initial meeting at a Lindsay coffee shop, a writing group known as The Outliers has released…

7 months ago

The Swells by Will Aitken

In this darkly hilarious satire by the inimitable Will Aitken, class war erupts aboard a luxury cruise ship.

7 months ago

To See Out the Night by David Clerson

Visceral, surprising, and surreal, these twelve stories from David Clerson move from the charged darkness of the woods to the…

9 months ago

One Who Has Been Here Before by Becca Babcock

Contemporary Atlantic gothic fiction inspired by Nova Scotia's notorious Goler clan.

10 months ago

How to Murder a Marriage by Gabrielle St. George

Gina Malone, a bestselling relationships advice author and expert on exes, meddles in other people's affairs for a living. It…

10 months ago

Just Like A Real Person by Doug Diaczuk

Just Like a Real Person is a story about broken cars and broken people. A story of intoxication, sobriety, and…

10 months ago

Lullaby: Revisiting Ru by Kim Thúy

Ru. In Vietnamese it means lullaby; in French it is a small stream, but also signifies a flow--of tears, blood,…

11 months ago

Open Your Heart by Alexie Morin, Translated by Aimee Wall

In this frank and unforgettable book, celebrated Québécois writer Alexie Morin becomes the subject of her own story as she…

11 months ago

Fight Night by Miriam Toews

Those who enjoy appreciating cutting, witty, and sometimes dark humour with a dash of philosophical thought mixed in will find…

1 year ago

The Running Trees by Amber McMillan

A fervently comic debut, The Running Trees leads readers into a series of conversations — through phonelines, acts in a…

1 year ago

Fishnets & Fantasies by Jane Doucet

Well, well, well.  Jane Doucet, you have done it again.  Just like your first novel, The Pregnant Pause, you have…

2 years ago

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