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Descent into Night won the Governor General's Literary Award for Translation! See here.
 

Then There Were No Witnesses listed as a Nota Bene by World Literature Today. Read here.

This Book Betrays My Brother
reviewed by CM: Canadian Review of Materials, called "significant."  Read here.

Monsoon on the Fingers of God reviewed by Dr. Vishnu Bisram at Indo-caribbean Diaspora News. Read here.

 

Rahul Varma's Truth and Treason shortlisted for the Quebec Writers' Federation Playwriting Prize!

 

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's Bodymap listed by Autostraddle as one of "8 Books Featuring Disabled Queer Women Characters". Read here.

 

Descent into Night listed as a Finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award for Translation! See here.

 

Kagiso Lesego Molope interviewed by CBC Books on the inspiration behind her latest novel, Such a Lonely, Lovely Road. Read here.

 

Kagiso Lesego Molope interviewed by UMFM 101.5 FM in Winnipeg on This Book Betrays My Brother. Listen on Soundcloud here.

 

CBC Books lists Such a Lonely, Lovely Road as one of "18 must read Canadian books" for Fall 2018. Read the full list here.

 

Desi News profiled Mawenzi House's Nurjehan Aziz! Read here.

 

Trish Salah did a Magic 8 Q&A with CBC Books, answering 8 questions from 8 fellow authors. Read here.

Such a Lonely, Lovely Road listed by CBC Books in their Fall preview as one of "24 works of Canadian fiction to watch for this fall." Read here.

 

Things She Could Never Have reviewed by Dawn, called "a welcome taste of the essence of precisely what it means to be Pakistani."  Read here. 

 

 


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