Recent Publications

Fugue States Reviewed in the National Post

From the review:

Fugue States is an ambitious novel that deals with the struggles of first-generation immigrants and what it’s like for their Canadian-raised kids, the growth and stagnation of friendships, fathers and sons, families breaking up, and mental illness passed on through generations. The individual parts can be funny and genuinely moving – the coda, an understated, straightforward story of the last time Ash saw his father is a beautiful end to the novel – but preceding it are too many strands that don’t quite come together.

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