"Montreal Writer Matthew Murphy's debut novel is told in prose that is muscular, explicit, disturbing, and yet so poetic it can leave the reader dazed and breathless. ... A Beckoning War is the product of an amazing net talent."
Read the full review at Quill and Quire.
A Duck in New York City was turned into a performance featuring singer-songwriter Connie Kaldor on Sunday, May 1 at 2PM at the Knox Metropolitan United Church in Regina: a classical interpretation of the Juno-Award winning album.
Read more about the event at Regina Symphony.
Ruth Pointer, author of Still So Excited: My Life as a Pointer Sister, was featured in the “Playlist” column on The Wall Street Journal’s website today, April 26, 2016. A link to the feature can be found here. The column will appear in print on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
Read the full column at The Wall Street Journal.
"An inventive offering. A leisurely, illustrated stroll through the Louvre by someone who’s seen the art before and realizes that there’s much more to be found."
Read the full review at Foreword Reviews.