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All Lit Up's list of Top 10 books by Asian-Canadian authors includes Yaya Yao's Flesh, Tongue. Read here.

 

World Literature Today listed  The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth as a nota bene for May, says it's "guaranteed to impress with the range of its scope." Read here.

 

"Unapologetically Muslim-Canadian: The Muslimahs who Fell to Earth." Read this recap of the book event for The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth at the Ottawa Writers Fest here.

 

Trish Salah was on the PennSound Podcast. Listen here.

 

Drums of My Flesh by Cyril Dabydeen recommended by Shani Mootoo in Word on the Street's CanLit 150 series! Read here.

Faizal Deen interviewed by All Lit Up for their Poets Resist series. Read here.

 

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine interviewed by CHOQ fm about her poetry. Listen here (en français).

 

Pamela Mordecai's de book of Mary reviewed by Rebekah Ludolph at Arc Poetry Magazine, called it a "radical vision...told with poetic grace, irreverent humour, and deep compassion." Read here.

 

The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth reviewed by AltMuslimah: "The anthology is stocked with an impressive array of diverse stories..." Read here.

 

All Lit Up has a Canada Reads edition of their "If You Liked x, Read y" feature, including Natasha Kanapé Fontaine's Do Not Enter My Soul in Your Shoes. Read here.

 

 


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