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New Titles, 2016

Electric Fences

short stories

Gugu Hlongwane

paperback; $20.95

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Recent News

 Mayank Bhatt and Gugu Hlongwane interviewed about writing and publishing in Canada by Canadian Immigrant. Read here.


Mayank Bhatt was interviewed and featured in The Toronto Star. Read here.


Read a poem from Natasha Kanapé Fontaine's Assi Manifesto in the Montreal Review of Books here.


The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth reviewed by The Globe and Mail: "Such an assortment allows for few broad generalizations other than a desire for more of these stories, hopefully in full-length works." Read here.


In a review, Herizons says The Relevance of Islamic Identity in Canada "sincerely vocalizes the tensions and challenges faced on a daily basis by Muslims living in Canada." Read here.


Quill and Quire reviewed Belief calling it an "illuminating, plain-spoken novel" and "instrumental in generating substantive discussion about the immigrant experience." Read here


Open Book Toronto has an interview with Mayank Bhatt on debut novel Belief for their Word on the Street series. Read here


Dawn has a review of The Relevance of Islamic Identity in Canada! Read here


The EastAfrican reviewed Mohamed M Keshavjee's Into that Heaven of Freedom, saying it "paints a historical portrait worthy of careful inspection." Read here


The Montreal Review of Books reviewed Natasha Kanapé Fontaine's Assi Manifesto, saying her poems "convey a sense of spoken word and performance off the page." Read here 

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