As expected, Miriam Toews walked away with $25,000 for her beloved new book, ‘All My Puny Sorrows’
From the week of Nov. 2
The Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize is one of Canada’s Big Three awards—just one of the ways the Trust offers salvation to authors.
Miriam Toews on her influences, and an excerpt from her shorlisted book, ‘All My Puny Sorrows’
Carrie Snyder on her influences, and an excerpt of her shortlisted book, ‘Girl Runner’
K.D. Miller on her influences, and an excerpt from her shortlisted story collection, ‘All Saints’
Steven Galloway on his influences, and an excerpt from his shortlisted book, ‘The Confabulist’
André Alexis on his influences, and an excerpt from his shortlisted book, ‘Pastoral’
They’re always freighted with symbolism. But in the wake of the death of two soldiers, they suddenly mean so much more
From the Nov. 3 issue, as compiled by Books editor Brian Bethune
The Church seemed poised to welcome home Catholic gays. Brian Bethune explains what happened.
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The Giller prize-nominated author writes on the protagonist of her latest novel who seemed to demand she delve into the 1985 Air India bombing
The Giller prize-nominated author describes growing up an unrestrained bookworm in a lower-class, motherless home
Book review: Kara Cooney’s ‘The Woman Who Would Be King’