Naqvi makes her debut

“Winner of the 2021 RBC Bronwen Wallace Award, Zehra Naqvi (left), is set to release her debut collection of poems and prose inspired by personal memory, family history and Quaranic traditions.FULL STORY


Edeana Malcolm

January 09th, 2024

A suffragist’s story unfolds in the 1910s – 1920s in Edeana Malcolm’s novel, Tea at the Empress (Three Ocean Press $24.95). Victoria-based Edith is on a quest for professional success and personal freedom as she grapples with societal constraints and Victorian attitudes. Simultaneously, she is navigating a love interest in the distant European war theatre of World War I. Malcolm’s narrative weaves between twin timelines, unraveling family secrets that challenge Edith’s pursuit of a progressive future. All this takes place against the backdrop of political change, and the intersection of personal and political struggles for women in an evolving era. ‎ 9781988915401

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