June 13, 2019
"What Does a Family Do When it Becomes Lost to Itself?" Caitlin Galway on Exploring Loss in her Compelling, Gothic Debut Novel
The French Quarter of New Orleans has captured the literary imagination in a way few neighbours can claim to have done. Packed with history and just a whiff of the Gothic, it's an atmospheric wonder that ...
April 10, 2019
Ian Thomas Shaw on Drawing on his Work and Travel in the Middle East to Write His Debut Novel
Ian Thomas Shaw's debut novel, Quill of the Dove (Guernica Editions), follows French journalist Marc Taragon, a seasoned pro who has been reporting on and from the Middle East for decades. Just as he ...
December 05, 2018
Robin Blackburn McBride on the Child Protagonist of Her Novel: "He Said Take My Hand, Which I Did, and He Led Me"
Robin Blackburn McBride's debut novel The Shining Fragments (Guernica Editions) explores late 19th century and turn of the century Toronto through the eyes of Joseph Conlon, a young orphan abandoned ...
October 04, 2018
Guernica Editions Celebrates 40 Years of Literary Innovation with New Events, Imprint & Prize
Guernica Editions is one of Canada's oldest, most prestigious independent publishing houses, having steadily published literary fiction, non-fiction, and poetry for a whopping four decades. Their apt ...
September 26, 2018
Read Excerpt from Marianne Micros's Eye, a Collection Where Magic Won't Stay Buried
Travelling from modern day Europe and North American to ancient Greece, the stories in Marianne Micros's collection Eye (Guernica Editions) are steeped in myth and magic. Her characters deal with changelings ...