This year has been a busy one, book-wise, for Maisonneuve contributors. We'd like to extend a hearty congratulations to all the Maisy contributors who had books come out this year—and we'd like to encourage our readers to pick up a copy of the books that appeal to your particular reading interests!
Benjamin Hertwig's debut poetry book, Slow War, is out now with McGill-Queen's University Press (it's also nominated for a Governor General's Award!). Read Benjamin's feature for Maisonneuve, "Buried at Centre Ice."
David Huebert's book of short stories, Peninsula Sinking, is out now with Biblioasis. David's essay review of Sarah Marie Wiebe's Everyday Exposure, from our Fall issue, is currently available online for subscribers.
Naben Ruthnum's book Curry: Eating, Reading, and Race is out now with Coach House (bonus: his thriller, Find You in the Dark, hits stores in Spring 2018). Read Naben's short two-part short story "Brushing, Part I" and "Brushing, Part II."
Chris Urquhart's debut book, Dirty Kids: Chasing Freedom with America's Nomads, is out now with Greystone Press. For a sneak peek, read Urquhart's 2010 piece for Maisonneuve, "Nomadia: Portraits of nomadic youth in America."
Have we missed anyone? Send us an email and we'll update our list: [email protected].