Quill and Quire


By Lynn Coady

After four novels, two short-story collections (including the 2013 Scotiabank Giller Prize–winning Hellgoing), and appearances in myriad journals and anthologies, we’ve come to expect a certain level of excellence from Lynn Coady. Though less forceful ... Read More »

August 26, 2019 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Michael Christie

In Greenwood, his thought-provoking second novel, B.C. writer Michael Christie uses the ringed cross-section of a tree as an organizing principle and structure. As Christie writes, “Wood is time captured. A map. A cellular memory. ... Read More »

August 26, 2019 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels, Reviews

By Michael Crummey

The Book of Genesis meets “Hansel and Gretel” by way of Flowers in the Attic: that would not be an inappropriate way to situate Michael Crummey’s new novel, a return to historical fiction following 2014’s ... Read More »

August 22, 2019 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels