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Shame On Me: An Anatomy Of Race And Belonging

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Interrogating our ideas of race through the lens of her own multi-racial identity, critically acclaimed novelist Tessa McWatt turns her eye on herself, her body and this world in a powerful new work of non-fiction. Tessa McWatt has been called Susie Wong,…
Where Are You, Agnes?
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|August 1, 2020

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Agnes Martin was born on the Canadian prairies in the early twentieth century. In this imagining of her childhood from acclaimed author Tessa McWatt, Agnes spends her days surrounded by wheat fields, where her grandfather encourages her to draw what she sees and…
Luminous Ink: Writers on Writing in Canada

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Twenty-seven writers in Canada were asked to contribute pieces of original work describing how they see writing today. From Atwood’s opening, through writing from Indigenous writers, the reader is given a sense of how twenty-seven of the country’s…
Vital Signs
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|July 24, 2012

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More and more every day I find myself drawn into the puzzle of her speech, determined to unravel meaning in each sentence, because now I’m sure it’s there, if I only listen to her in a way I have failed to listen for thirty years. – From Vital…
STEP CLOSER
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|May 18, 2010

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In the wake of the 2004 tsunami, Emily, a young Canadian woman living in Spain, embarks on an effort to understand a tragedy involving two friends, Gavin and Marcus, along the Santiago de Compostela pilgrims' trail. Determined to understand their thoughts and…
Higher Ed: A Novel
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|March 10, 2015

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In her most powerful and resonant novel to date, the acclaimed writer Tessa McWatt explores the ways in which people find love in desperately uncertain times.       Against a backdrop of 21st-century east London, where cuts and job…
Dragons Cry
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|June 29, 2007

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Over the course of the evening following the burial of his older brother, David, Simon and his partner, Faye, struggle to reconcile their pasts through the prism of the brother who brought them together, but who also drove them apart. A flood of memory —…
The Taste Of Marmalade
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|February 21, 2017

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Katrin, a young Polish woman who moved to London before austerity reigned, is working long hours at the Epicure Cafe in order to earn enough money to bring her mother over as well. In the cafe she falls in love with a lecturer in film studies - but Robin comes…