In ten vividly told stories, Shimmer follows characters through relationships, within social norms, and across boundaries of all kinds as they shimmer into and out of each other’s lives.
Acting on the Island and Other Prince Edward Island Stories: New & Selected gathers together 21 stories set on PEI from the nearly 500 wide-ranging and eclectic stories that J.J. Steinfeld has written in his over forty years of living and writing on the Island.
Elegant, surprising stories about Palestinian immigrants in Canada navigating their identities in circumstances that push them to the emotional brink.
"Fishing With Dad" is a short story by Zoe Sutton Harris.
In twelve spare, fable-like short stories Dan K. Woo introduces us to a fascinating cast of characters from different regions of China. From rural villages to bustling cities, Woo deftly charts the paths of young people searching for love, meaning and happiness in a country that is often misunderstood in North America.
I have decided to write up seven "brief and breezy" reviews of some recent reads.
The stories in Francine Cunningham’s debut collection God Isn’t Here Today ricochet between form and genre, taking readers on a dark, irreverent, yet poignant journey led by a unique and powerful new voice.
Rachel Rose’s finely tuned sense of irony is evident in this collection, which embraces the strange and unexpected, exploring the outer limits of empathy and forgiveness.
“Tom’s Wedding,” was published in Susan Sanford Blades' debut novel-in-stories, Fake It So Real.
River People is Wayne Curtis's collection of short stories set in the Miramichi River Valley of New Brunswick.
Bodies in Trouble, depicts characters coping with faltering relationships, simmering violence, and light-drenched visions.
A short story by Zoë Sutton Harris.
A short story from Pierre C. Arseneault
Dream Signs is a collection of short stories that takes you on multiple journeys through multiple worlds, all unified by the common cause of realizing one's dreams.
Cut Road is a masterful exploration of the loss and scars that conflict always leaves behind.