March 20, 2018

David Lebovitz's L'Appart: The Delights and Disasters of Making My Paris Home follows San Francisco chef Lebovitz as he purchases a home in Paris after renting there for several years. Part cookbook, part autobiography, it is aptly named for how quickly his apartment d...

March 12, 2018

Mark Wagstaff’s Attack of the Lonely Hearts, published by Anvil Press and winner of the 39th Annual 3-Day Novel Writing Contest, is an ambitious piece of fiction that follows thirty-something Margaret Rudge as she attempts to re-start her life and form a relationship w...

September 16, 2017

This is Victoria-based writer Margaret Gracie’s first book-length work, and it’s an ambitious piece of writing. The concept was enough to get me to begin reading, and Gracie’s story-writing abilities captured me from the get-go. The characters are almost whimsical in t...

July 20, 2017

The only way to properly appreciate Lorna Crozier’s poetry is to sit down and read it. Then read it again. One might say that it’s not what the soul wants but instead what it needs. Okay, that was bad, but writing about books is intimidating. Writing about Lorna Crozie...

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