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Monthly Update for January

Dear Québec Readers:

We're back with highlights from the past month at www.quebecreads.com.

Thank you for following and helping us spread the word about the great writing that's coming out of Québec!

All the best,






Peter McCambridge
Québec Reads Editor

 

QUOTE OF THE MONTH

Titles for poems I wanted to write:


– ALCOHOL MAKES ME LESS CONCERNED ABOUT MY HAIR
– I AM SORRY YOU ARE A POEM, POEM
 

– DON’T MAKE ME RETWEET MYSELF
– I TAKE ANYONE HAVING SEX WITH ANYONE AS A KIND OF REJECTION


Guillaume Morissette, New Tab (Véhicule Press, 2014). Pictured above.

Latest Articles

WILDWOOD


Wildwood is a coming-of-age story, a murder mystery, and a critique of America’s involvement in Vietnam through the eyes of a generation. Review + extract

LE RÔLE DES COCHONS


This action-packed young adult novel is based on De La Salle’s 1684 expedition to Louisiana.
Review + extract in translation

A STONE IN MY SHOE


George Ellenbogen’s story of Jewish culture in Montreal. Review

CASSIDY HILDEBRAND 

Translation interview on the nuts & bolts of translating Death Sentences

Coming up...

We'll be back in February with reviews of Les peaux cassées (Richard Dallaire, Alto), a short story from Death Sentences (Cassidy Hildebrand's translation from Suzanne Myre's Mises à mort, University of Ottawa Press), and more.

Until then, if you have any feedback or would like to get in touch with an idea about a review or translation, we'd love to hear from you.

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