Monday, July 09, 2007

The Chronicle Herald's Fall Fiction List: Michael Winter's The Architects Are Here

Fall fiction to thrill, stimulate
from the Chronicle Herald
July 9, 2007
Mary Jo Anderson

Two days in a huge convention centre full of authors, publishers and books is like being locked into a candy store at night, or better yet, a bookstore.

I attended the annual Book Expo Canada Conference and Trade Show hosted by the Canadian Booksellers Association and organized by Reed Exhibitions. I arrived in time for the Libris Awards ceremony and emerged three days later with my head swimming with new titles and copies of catalogues.

Here are some of the fiction highlights coming this fall from publishers across Canada. (A later article will feature new titles from Atlantic publishers).

Where to start? Perhaps with one of the most anticipated books of the season [...]

Read synopsis of Michael Winter's The Architects Are Here and other fall titles here.


Coming soon from Rattling Books: an unabridged audio edition of The Big Why, Michael Winter's dazzling reinvention of the historical novela passionate and witty faux memoir of Rockwell Kent, the famous illustrator of Moby Dick. Narrated by Robert Joy.