In Conversation: Malcolm Sutton talks with Carellin Brooks about her new novel One Hundred Days of Rain

Carellin Brooks’s acclaimed new novel One Hundred Days of Rain chronicles an unnamed narrator’s struggle to rebuild her life in the aftermath of a violent breakup. Set in the profoundly rainy city of Vancouver, each short, elegant chapter (99 in total) is a rainy day, or a rainy moment of a day in the life of the unnamed

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Spring fiction PREVIEW: Giving Up, the debut novel by Mike Steeves

“Infinite resignation is the last stage before faith, so anyone who has not made this movement does not have faith, for only in infinite resignation does an individual become conscious of his eternal validity, and only then can one speak of grasping existence by virtue of faith.” — Søren Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling Giving Up, the hotly anticipated debut novel

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Spring drama PREVIEW: Little Death, a new play by award-winning playwright Daniel Karasik

Introducing the newest member of the BookThug family: award-winning playwright and author Daniel Karasik! BookThug is thrilled to publish his new play, Little Death, just in time to coincide with its World Premiere at the Theatre Centre in Toronto, ON, from April 17-May 3, 2015.  Little Death goes on sale April 17th from BookThug (pre-order here). Today on the BookThug

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