What doesn’t kill you will make you stronger. Coming April 2nd—Yasuko Thanh’s memoir Mistakes to Run With.
“Mistakes to Run With is refreshingly brave, bold, and open. Rather than hiding behind a tidy story arc, Yasuko Thanh places value on all life experiences, good, bad, beautiful, scary, and sad.” —CLAIRE CAMERON, author of The Last Neanderthal
“Yasuko Thanh takes us on an unflinching and honest reflection on a life threaded with poverty, violence, rape, addiction and mental illness. I was profoundly moved….” —CARRIANNE LEUNG, author of That Time I Loved You
From Scarborough with love. Carrianne Leung’s That Time I Loved You makes its U.S. debut.
“Written in the tradition of Alice Munro and Jhumpa Lahiri, Leung’s debut story collection marks the career of a writer to watch.” —starred KIRKUS review
“That Time I Loved You is heady, necessary writing from one of the most talented and socially engaged authors of our time.” —DAVID CHARIANDY, author of Soucouyant and Brother
New Year = new books. Watch for these three new releases in January 2019.
"Here is magic." Jared's story continues in Eden Robinson's Trickster Drift. Now available in stores.
“[Robinson]…delivers a book which is at least as good as Son of a Trickster, and likely better.”— The Toronto Star
When the power goes out, what will you do to survive? Find out in Waubgeshig Rice's Moon of the Crusted Snow. On sale now.
Waubgeshig Rice's Moon of the Crusted Snow a Loan Stars top 10 pick for October 2018!
The story of Daniel Boone continues…with his wife.
Now available: Alix Hawley’s My Name Is a Knife.
“Spectacular. Alix Hawley is a marvel. I'd read anything she writes.” — ALISON PICK, Man Booker Prize-nominated author of Far to Go and Strangers with the Same Dream
“If you crossed the best of Michael Ondaatje with the best of Alice Munro, Alix Hawley is what you'd get.” — PHILIPP MEYER, author of The Son
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