Quill and Quire

Fiction: Novels

By Kim Barry Brunhuber

Kameleon Man, the debut novel from broadcast journalist and writer Kim Brunhuber, is an insightful and affecting treatment of the issues surrrounding race, gender, and sexuality in the 21st century. That it is set against ... Read More »

January 15, 2004 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Russell Smith

Russell Smith is one of those rare figures on the Canadian cultural scene who has the capacity to really enrage people. From far-flung Globe and Mail readers, who see him as an arrogant Toronto art ... Read More »

January 15, 2004 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Ania Szado

Toronto writer Ania Szado’s skillful debut novel reminds us that even in the grand democratization of household chores, sewing remains a female discipline. The lives of mothers and daughters, it seems, are still linked one ... Read More »

January 14, 2004 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels