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Rooms is lyrical and meditative, painterly, erotic and philosophical. The book is thematically and structurally...
Obsessed with Language: A Sociolinguistic History of Quebec
A fascinating study of the French-Canadian dialect, this insightful analysis examines the intimate relationship between...
Writing Our Way Home
Writing Our Way Home is an important contribution to literary studies. “Italian-Canadian writers are not...
Tell Me What Moves You
Haeck's intensity is such that he needs to use the fragment to complete an on-going...
Girls Closed In
In this novel from a Quebecois feminist writer, a shy sixteen-year-old falls in love with...
First Secrets and Other Poems
The images are limpid and precise: the poet's hand is sure in creating images that...
In this collection of ten short stories, the main characters -- women between the ages of 13 to 88 -- see death appear suddenly in their daily lives: in the pages of a novel written by a former lover, in a farewell letter abandoned on a living room coffee table, in the memory of a first love. Although disturbing in their truth, these stories are written in luminous prose that reconciles us -- almost -- with that ultimate rendezvous, our own Date With Destiny.

"The teenager scans the landscape. Outside, the sun calls to her: her salmon-coloured bathing suit lies on the bed. She got it for her birthday. Salmon, what a colour! Her mother wanted to make her happy and her mother understands nothing -- From Anne ... Who Sees Nothing Coming"
Date With Destiny

Hélène Rioux, Jonathan Kaplansky
Date With Destiny
Concrete City: Selected Poems
Doubly Suspect
Guernica and Other Poems
The Four Roads Hotel
Human Presences & Possible Futures: Selected Poems
Within the Mystery
The Coincidence
The Foundations of Kindness
Voiceless People and Addolorata: Two Plays
Crito Di Volta: An Epic
For the Baptism of Our Fragments
Everything Reminds You of Something Else