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Amphibian

By Carla Gunn
Categories: Fiction

Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book (Canada and Caribbean region)

Nine-year-old Phineas William Walsh has an encyclopedic knowledge of the natural world. He knows that if ...

Fences in Breathing

Invited to a quiet Swiss château by the enigmatic Tatiana Beaujeu Lehmann, Anne begins to slowly write a novel in a language that is not hers, a language that makes meaning foreign and keeps her alert ...

Chase and Haven

By Mike Blouin
Categories: Fiction

Winner of the 2009 ReLit Award!

He saw it. Like one dead eye filmed over. Like a tunnel that would kill you. Like a star coming to explode you. He saw it. Closer and closer. It was morning. It was daylight. ...

The Steve Machine

By Mike Hoolboom
Categories: Fiction

Shortlisted for a 2009 Lambda Award

When Auden learns he’s HIV-positive, he decides to head for Toronto, leaving behind Sudbury and his old personality. Determined to construct a whole new Auden, he ...

Girls Fall Down

By Maggie Helwig
Categories: Fiction

The 2012 One Book Toronto title
Shortlisted for the Toronto Book Award

A girl faints in the Toronto subway. Her friends are taken to the hospital with unexplained rashes; they complain about a funny smell ...

Stunt

By Claudia Dey
Categories: Fiction

Nominated for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award

Eugenia Ledoux, nine years old, wakes to a note from her father: ‘gone to save the world. sorry. yours, sheb wooly ledoux. asshole.’ Eugenia is left behind ...

Twenty Miles

By Cara Hedley
Categories: Fiction

Isabel Norris has never left the ice. Her father was a hockey legend who died before she was born, and her grandparents have raised her in his skates.

When Iz leaves her grandmother behind to play for ...

Pulpy and Midge

By Jessica Westhead
Categories: Fiction

Brian Lembeck – ‘Pulpy’ – takes life slow and steady. He likes his office job, and he likes his gentle, figurine-collecting boss, Al. He even likes the bitter receptionist, though he’s the only ...

The Girls Who Saw Everything

By Sean Dixon
Categories: Fiction

The Lacuna Cabal Montreal Young Women’s Book Club is not content simply to read and discuss books. Their process is a little more involved. They once kidnapped Irving Layton and took him for an excursion ...

The Milk Chicken Bomb

By Andrew Wedderburn
Categories: Fiction

Longlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award

Shortlisted for the Amazon.ca/Books in Canada First Novel Award

 

The kid sells lemonade. Not a lot of people buy lemonade, especially now that it’s winter, ...