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Features

Monday, January 24 2011

The Best Fiction of 2010

Tucked into this wide-ranging list of comics collections, retro-inspired literature and cross-overs, are glimmers of something sweet, something to temper the usual Literary Drearies we all love and appreciate. And that’s just the way it should be.


Reviews

Tuesday, November 4 2014

Here's Hoping Emily St. John Mandel's 'Station Eleven' Isn't an Instruction Manual

What is it about Canada that incites apocalyptic narratives?


Wednesday, October 8 2014

The End Is Not the End in 'Station Eleven'

Emily St. John Mandel's book about the survivors of a devastating plague is a thoughtful and original take on the post-apocalyptic genre.


Sunday, July 22 2012

Vanishing Acts: Emily St. John Mandel's 'The Lola Quartet'

For Emily St. John Mandel’s lonely, rootless characters, happiness is the most elusive address.


Thursday, May 13 2010

'The Singer's Gun' Is Part Suspense and Part Love Story Mixed With Political Thinking

The questions of who we lie to, and why, are not entirely answered in this excellent novel.


Sunday, September 13 2009

Last Night In Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel

There is an entire genre of fiction specializing in unreachable women: women who dissemble, lie, keep terrible secrets of pains inflicted upon them and the pains they, in turn, have inflicted on others.


Blogs

Friday, May 28 2010

'The Singer's Gun' by Emily St. John Mandel (new book / trailer)

Emily St. John Mandel follows up her electric debut, Last Night in Montreal, with a spellbinding novel of international crime, false identities, the depths and


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