Selected Book Reviews

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Book(s) Reviewed

  • La dévoration des fées by Catherine Lalonde
  • Manikanetish by Naomi Fontaine
  • Quelques lieux de Constance by Catherine Lavarenne
Subjects: Fiction, francophone

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nation by Mishuana Goeman
  • Inheriting a Canoe Paddle: The Canoe in Discourses of English-Canadian Nationalism by Misao Dean

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Northern Kids by Linda Goyette
  • Grandpère by Janet Romain
  • As Long as the Rivers Flow by James Bartleman

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Sentimentalists by Johanna Skibsrud

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Everything Beautiful Is Not Ruined by Danielle Younge-Ullman
  • Munro vs. the Coyote by Darren Groth
  • The Most Dangerous Thing by Leanne Lieberman
Subjects: Fiction, YA

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Claiming the Land: British Columbia and the Making of a New El Dorado by Daniel Marshall
  • Ranch in the Slocan: A Biography of a Kootenay Farm, 1896-2017 by Cole Harris
Subjects:

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Smaller Hours by Kevin Shaw
  • Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie by Jay Ritchie
Subjects: Poetry

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Malcolm Lowry’s Poetics of Space by Richard J. Lane and Miguel Mota
  • Translocated Modernisms: Paris and Other Lost Generations by Emily Ballantyne, Marta Dvorak and Dean Irvine
Subjects: Modernism

Two Survivors (p. 164-166)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Otto & Daria: A Wartime Journey Through No Man's Land by Eric Koch
  • Surviving the Gulag: A German Woman's Memoir by Ilse Johensen and Heather Marshall

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Last of the Independents: Vancouver Noir by Sam Wiebe
  • The Wintermen by Brit Griffin