IN THE NEWS ALL THINGS MOVE Jeannie Marshall, author of All Things Move: Learning to Look in the Sistine Chapel by (April 4, 2023), was interviewed by Meg Nolan in Foreword Reviews. The interview was published online on May 11, 2023. You can read the interview here. All Things Move was also featured on All […]
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We’re thrilled to share that JC Sutcliffe has won the 2023 French-American Translation Prize for Fiction for her translation of The Music Game by Stéfanie Clermont! Read the official announcement here. Since 1986, the French-American Foundation, with the longstanding support of the Florence Gould Foundation, has awarded an annual prize for exceptional translations from French […]
IN THE NEWS! ALL THINGS MOVE All Things Move: Learning to Look in the Sistine Chapel by Jeannie Marshall (April 4, 2023) was reviewed by Randy Boyagoda on CBC’s The Next Chapter! The episode was posted on April 21, and is available to listen to here. All Things Move was also reviewed in Ploughshares on […]
THE AFFIRMATIONS The Affirmations by Luke Hathaway has been shortlisted for the Atlantic Book Awards’ 2023 J.M. Abraham Atlantic Poetry Award! The shortlist was announced on April 12, 2023, and can be read here. The winner will be revealed at the Atlantic Book Awards Gala at the Halifax Central Library on Wednesday, June 7. Tickets […]
IN THE NEWS ON WRITING AND FAILURE On Writing and Failure (February 14, 2023) by Stephen Marche has been reviewed in the the Washington Post. The article was published online on March 6, 2023. Read the full article here. Mark Athitakis writes, “In On Writing and Failure, Marche attempts to reset the way we talk […]
We’re excited to share that The Day-Breakers by Michael Fraser (April 4, 2022) has been longlisted for the 2023 OCM Bocas Prize! The judges describe The Day-Breakers by Grenada-born, Canada-based Michael Fraser as “breathtakingly assured. […] Fraser’s poems unearth a new and untold world of Black experience from a very familiar arc of history with a […]
IN THE NEWS! ON WRITING AND FAILURE On Writing and Failure (February 14, 2023) by Stephen Marche has been reviewed in the Globe and Mail. The review was published online on February 23, 2023. You can read the full review here. Reviewer Sandra Martin writes, “While writing starts with one person, an empty page and […]
IN THE NEWS ON WRITING AND FAILURE On Writing and Failure by Stephen Marche (February 14, 2023) has been featured as part of “Newly Published This Week” in the New York Times and was reviewed in the Midwest Review of Books. Both articles were published on February 9, 2023. The New York Times writes: “The […]
Our February pick for the Biblioasis Spotlight Series is Rinaldo Walcott‘s powerfully concise, investigative, and compassionate contribution to our Field Notes series, On Property (Feb 2, 2021). Enjoy a brief note from the author about the book, and don’t miss an excerpt later this month in our online newsletter, The Bibliophile. ON PROPERTY Nominated for […]
IN THE NEWS CASE STUDY Case Study by Graeme Macrae Burnet (November 1, 2022) has been longlisted for The Dublin Literary Award 2023! The longlist was announced online on January 30, 2023. You can check out the full longlist here. The nominating library, Limerick City and County Libraries, comments: “Macrae Burnet has created a dynamic […]