“… the wounded sirened off
no Whitman wanted
it’s only by our lack of ghosts
– ‘CAN. LIT,’ EARLE BIRNEY
Jamie Burnett’s debut novel Crocuses Hatch from Snow reads like a love story to the North End and those who call it home.
Published: September 30, 2019
In her sophomore novel, The Lost Sister, Andrea Gunraj once again takes siblingship as her focus. Gunraj crafts a mesmeric read that is part tragic coming-of-age tale and part historical fiction.
Published: September 1, 2019
My picks for best non-fiction reads, Summer 2019 Edition 🤓
In Elaputiek (We Are Looking Towards), shalan joudry tells the story of Natawintoq (Nat) – a twenty-something Mi’kmaq woman from the local community – and Bill – a Euro-Canadian research biologist in his fifties. The play centers around the relationship between the two characters as they undertake a headcount of the local population of chimney swifts, also called kaktukopnki’jk.
Published: August 13, 2019
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Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Carolyn received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Art History from the University of Guelph.
She is passionate about all things Canadian. She takes her Tim’s with one cream and one sugar ☕