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Watching You Without Me
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|October 1, 2019

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After her mother's sudden death, Karen finds herself back in her childhood home in Nova Scotia for the first time in a decade, acting as full-time caregiver to Kelli, her older sister. Overwhelmed with grief and the daily needs of Kelli, who was born with a…
The Antagonist
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|June 9, 2012

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Winner of the 2012 Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction and shortlisted for the 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize. A finalist for the prestigious Scotiabank Giller Prize, and named one of the best books of the year by Amazon, the Globe and Mail , and the Toronto Star ,…
Strange Heaven
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|May 28, 2010

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Winner, Atlantic Independent Booksellers Choice Award, Canadian Authors Association Air Canada Award, Dartmouth Book Award, and Thomas Head Raddall Award Shortlisted, Governor General's Award for Fiction She's depressed, they say. Apathetic. Bridget Murphy,…
Hellgoing: Stories
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|July 27, 2013

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Winner of the 2013 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Shortlisted for the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize. Selected as an Amazon.ca Best Book and for The Globe's Top 10 Books of 2013. With astonishing range and depth, Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Lynn Coady gives…
The Whirlpool
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|May 21, 2002

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Written in luminous prose, The Whirlpool is a haunting tale set in Niagara Falls, Ontario, in the summer of 1889. This is the season of reckless river stunts, a time when the undertaker’s widow is busy with funerals, her days shadowed by her young…
Who Needs Books?: Reading in the Digital Age

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“We look around and feel as if book culture as we know it is crumbling to dust, but there’s one important thing to keep in mind: as we know it.” What happens if we separate the idea of "the book" from the experience it has traditionally…
six@sixty
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|October 7, 2014

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And now we are 60. To mark this momentous occasion, the editors at Goose Lane have selected six tiny perfect stories for your reading pleasure. Authored by some of Canada's finest writers, they come from the sweep of Goose Lane's publishing history. Each…
Like This: Stories
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|August 23, 2014

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The A List edition of Leo McKay's superb collection. Shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, Like This takes you inside small-town Nova Scotia to expose the troubles that lie at its heart. Set in a fictional town called Albion Mines, (the old name for…
Saints Of Big Harbour: A Novel
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|November 12, 2003

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A true grit coming-of-age novel" (Seattle Post-Intelligencer), Saints of Big Harbour is a funny, brutal, and vivid story about small-town life and the inescapable power of gossip. Lynn Coady gives us the unforgettable Guy Boucher, a fatherless teenager and…
Woman: An Anthology
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|September 1, 2014

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Woman - An Anthology features selections on the theme of women in literature and includes writing from incredibly diverse and acclaimed authors. Rather than focusing specifically on female protagonists, this anthology considers the range of the female voice as…
Like This: Stories
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|August 15, 2014

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The A List edition of Leo McKay’s superb collection. Shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, Like This takes you inside small-town Nova Scotia to expose the troubles that lie at its heart. Set in a fictional town called Albion Mines, (the old name for author…
The Journey Prize Stories 20: The Best Of Canada's New Writers

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“Considering the number of popular and prize-winning writers who have a Journey Prize as part of their resume, it’s no exaggeration to suggest that this volume is the future of Canadian writing. . . . And the future seems bright indeed.” —…
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