Book Review: Revolutions, Essays on Contemporary Canadian Fiction, by Alex Good

There are two premises to this book of essays: first, crudely put, no-one gives a shit about Canadian novels, and second, they’re no good anyway. Now that I think about it, there’s a third, and it’s the most problematic: the reason Canadian fiction is no … Continue readingBook Review: Revolutions, Essays on Contemporary Canadian Fiction, by Alex Good