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Publishers Weekly interviews Bear editor Sarah Murphy

Robinson Globe and Mail op ed picked up by Rabble

Farewell photo from Piotr Sternal

Eden Robinson: Gateway stokes fury among B.C. natives

Bradley a "hotshot" in The Guardian

Wayson Choy is an inspiration

Congratulations to David Stouck on his B.C. Book Prizes

The Bear a bestseller since February

AST promotion campaign plan for Flavia series

Congratulations, David Stouck, nominated for multiple prizes

The best advice Claire Cameron ever got

The Millions interviews Claire Cameron

Bradley's 9th week as a bestseller

Claire Cameron on The Next Chapter

Alix Hawley shortlisted for CBC Short Story Prize

The Bear is longlisted for the Bailey's Prize!

'Read this now': Globe and Mail Books editor on The Bear

Claire Cameron interviewed by Chatelaine magazine

Cecil Foster on CBC's The Next Chapter

The Bear is number one!

A splendid Q&A with Alan Bradley

Our favourite review of The Bear

Clair Cameron writes up a storm online for The Daily Beast, Amazon, Powell's, Book People, Necessary Fiction

Clair Cameron a hit in the UK

National Post features Bradley, Cameron (plus review), Foster

Claire Cameron appears on Canada AM

Bradley and Cameron titles on the road in BC

Toronto Life chooses Independence as a release not to be missed!

NEW TITLES FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET

As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust - US cover
Mysterious Fragrance of the Yellow Mountains - Yasuko Thanh The House of Wives - Simon Choa-Johnston

Claire's Bear takes North America by storm

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Fantastic Pre-Publication Reviews

LIBRARY JOURNAL, Starred Review, 1/15: “The concerns of the young narrator—being good, remaining brave when her parents and her teddy bear are now gone, how annoying her brother is—are an engaging, focused lens through which to view events in the novel…This is a fast, compelling read for nature lovers.”

BOOKLIST, 12/15: “A sort of youngster stream of consciousness.…There’s touchingly voiced courageousness here.…From the conception to the execution, the book is an exploration of anguish from a child’s point of view.”

KIRKUS, 11/15: “Any contemporary writer depicting extreme events through the eyes of a child must contend with the formidable precedent of Emma Donoghue’s Room (2010), and Cameron bears the comparison.…She crafts a more straight-forward adventure with a narration that nicely captures an ordinary child’s way of thinking—and of blocking out unwelcome knowledge. In the slam-bang opening, Anna Whyte wakes in the tent she shares with her two-year-old brother, Stick, to hear their mother yelling.…Harrowing but ultimately hopeful.”

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (Pick of the Week), 10/28: “A vividly portrayed wilderness ordeal (poison ivy, hunger, rain, isolation) juxtaposed with glimpses of the inner resources young Anna draws upon (imagination, family, memory, hope), all seen through the eyes of a child.”


Three splendid new books for a new year


Independence, by Cecil Foster
The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches, by Alan Bradley
The Bear, by Claire Cameron

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I Am Half-Sick of Shadows - Japanese coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Italian coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Portuguese coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Dutch coverA Red Herring Without Mustard - Polish cover
Speaking from Among the Bones - German coverThe Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag - Italian coverSpeaking from Among the Bones - UK coverThe Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag - Russian coverThe Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag - Spanish cover
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Norwegian coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Japanese coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Arabic coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Taiwanese coverThe Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie - Brazilian cover