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By Safia Fazlul

Farina is the deeply cynical and unhappy daughter of Bangladeshi parents. Living in a Muslim ghetto in a large Canadian city, she eschews university and instead gets a full-time deli job to fund her independence. ... Read More »

January 3, 2013 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels


The L.A. Times calls The War on Moms an "infuriating, galvanizing read" and a "page-turner for working moms" The National Post talks to comics artist Maryanna Hardy about her appearance at the Toronto Comic Arts ... Read More »

May 7, 2010 | Filed under: Book news


In a recent column in The Globe and Mail, Russell Smith makes an excellent case for dismantling the stereotype of traditional publishers as obstinate elitists resistant to change: Of course, everyone wants to get into ... Read More »

March 26, 2010 | Filed under: Book news