IN THE NEWS! HOW TO BUILD A BOAT How to Build a Boat by Elaine Feeney (Nov 7, 2023) has been reviewed by Sophie Ward in the New York Times! The review was published online on November 1, 2023. You can read the full review here. Ward writes: “Atmospheric … Feeney’s prose is both careful and […]
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Biblioasis is now open for poetry submissions, and will remain open until Monday, December 4, or we reach two hundred submissions—whichever comes first. Poetry submission guidelines: We can only consider unpublished work. Individual poems in the manuscript may have appeared in journals or anthologies, but the collection as a whole must not have appeared in […]
IN THE NEWS! THE FUTURE Catherine Leroux, author of The Future, trans. by Susan Ouriou (Sep 5, 2023), has been interviewed on CBC’s The Next Chapter. The interview aired on October 21, 2023. You can listen to the full interview here. The Future has been reviewed in the Montreal Review of Books. The review was published […]
We’re thrilled to share that Pauline Holdstock has won the 2023 City of Victoria Butler Book Prize for Confessions with Keith! Check out the full announcement on their website here. Mayor Marianne Alto and co-sponsor Brian Butler announced the winner at the 20th annual Victoria Book Prize Gala on October 11, 2023 at the Union […]
Biblioasis is thrilled to share that Ordinary Wonder Tales by Emily Urquhart (November 1, 2022) has been announced as a finalist for the 2023 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction! You can check out the full shortlist here. The 2023 jury citation for Ordinary Wonder Tales: “Emily Urquhart’s collection of essays about folklore, storytelling, and wonder […]
THE FUTURE The Future by Catherine Leroux trans. Susan Ouriou (Sep 5, 2023) was reviewed in the Toronto Star. The review was published August 31st, 2023. You can read the full review here. Alex Good writes of this post-dystopian novel, “What makes The Future hopeful is its imagining of new, organic, co-operative (but not egalitarian) communities … savage […]
IN THE NEWS! THE FULL-MOON WHALING CHRONICLES The Full-Moon Whaling Chronicles by Jason Guriel (August 1, 2023) has been reviewed in the Toronto Star by Michael Coren. The review was published online on July 29, 2023. You can read the full review here. Michael Coren writes, “[T]he book that’s going to get under your skin this […]
We’re thrilled to share that this morning at 4 AM ET, the Booker Prizes announced the longlist for the 2023 Booker Prize. Among them is How to Build a Boat by Elaine Feeney which will be published by Biblioasis on November 7, 2023. The 2023 Booker judges on How to Build a Boat: “The interweaving […]
IN THE NEWS! DREAMING HOME Dreaming Home by Lucian Childs (June 6, 2023) has been reviewed in the New York Times. The article was published online on July 7, 2023. You can read the full review here. Kia Corthron writes, “Eminently accomplished, [and] often deliciously droll … The novel asks provocative questions: At what age […]
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DROWNING Instructions for the Drowning by Steven Heighton (April 18, 2023) was reviewed in the New York Times by Jen Vafidis. The review was published online on May 30, 2023. You can read the full review here. Vafidis writes, “To read work like Heighton’s knowing that we won’t get more of it […]