Quill and Quire

Fiction: Novels

By Dimitri Nasrallah

Dimitri Nasrallah's Hotline connects the reader to Muna Heddad, a widow and recent immigrant from Lebanon, as she navigates Montreal’s cold and lonely streets – which are cold as much from the unwelcoming disposition of ... Read More »

March 23, 2022 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels, Reviews

By Richard Scarsbrook

In his 2020 volume On Nostalgia, David Berry points out that the Greek root of “nostalgia” refers to a condition resembling homesickness or, more literally, a pain associated with home. This is particularly germane to ... Read More »

February 16, 2022 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By SJ Sindu

Stories of deceit and exploitation perpetuated with the help of blind faith abound, each more confounding than the last. In 2015, it came to light that a self-styled Indian godman had convinced 400 male followers ... Read More »

February 8, 2022 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels