Book Reviews

Few other writers self-medicate so beautifully.
One could easily argue that Cobain is as relevant now as he was during his all-too-brief life.
This debut is a wildly creative, irreverent, and pleasantly weird collection that absolutely refuses to be boring.
Audrey Thomas's latest bravely allows readers to connect the dots for themselves.
The Nelson-born author avoids sensationalism in a story about the aftermath of the Air India disaster.
Short-story writers have a way of sneaking up on you. Take Denmark’s Dorthe Nors.
Novak’s literary debut, One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories, is a collection of, well, stories, though by a pretty flexible definition.
It’s not quite everything you need to know about architecture, but it’s a great place to start.
All the Broken Things, her latest novel, deviates from previous works in both tone and pace.
It's seldom that we see literature that stakes out North Vancouver as its inspiration and terrain. This fact alone makes The November Optimist all the more remarkable.