This is a great book of Canadian essays. I love nonfiction essays. They are factual and they have a cleaner finish than fiction, in my opinion.
And this volume contains some of the best Canadian essay writers such as Ali Blythe, Larissa Diakiw, Sue Goyette, Pasha Malla, Noor Naga, Authony Oliveria, Mirelle Silcoff, and much more.
The twenty essays in this volume take stands and chances. They narrate, examine and innovate. They find the techniques of poetry and fiction their own expression of truth, one that collectively “colours the world, probes its contours, and isn’t afraid to fall outside them as it does”.
The essays written in this volume have all the pieces for great literature. They highlight the best in Canada, and I am so proud that we have so many great writers!