Literary Fiction

Literary Fiction

Stories from Canada and around the world to excite your mind and spark your imagination.

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The Immaculate Conception

Gaetan Soucy's Giller-shortlisted debut novel illuminates the sublime and horrific at the core of ordinary lives.

The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches

In this international sensation, Gaetan Soucy weaves an unsettling tale of siblings who confront the real world after an upbringing on fairytales.

The Long Take

The Long Take is a noir tale that follows Walker, a survivor of D-Day, from bucolic Cape Breton to an America beset by paranoia and corruption.

The Marrying of Chani Kaufman

The story of nineteen-year-old Chani Kaufman and the lead-up to her wedding night set in the Orthodox Jewish community in North West London.

The Swells

In this darkly hilarious satire by the inimitable Will Aitken, class war erupts aboard a luxury cruise ship.

The Tobacconist

Set in Austria in the 1930s, The Tobacconist tells the story of one young man and his friendship with Freud during the Nazi occupation of Vienna.

These Festive Nights

The first volume in Marie-Claire Blais’ ten-book "Soifs" novel cycle, acclaimed as one of the greatest undertakings in modern Quebec fiction.

This Eden

An exhilarating technothriller and modern spy novel reminiscent of William Gibson and the golden age of panoramic international espionage fiction.

This Is How We Love

From the celebrated author of February, an exhilarating new novel that asks: What makes a family? How does it shape us? And can we ever really choose who we love?

Thunder and Light

The second in the ten-book "Soifs" novel cycle. An intricate house of cards, delicately but expertly constructed, that shocks us in its perversity and familiarity.

Ticknor

George Ticknor is trying to reconcile his own failure with the success of his boyhood friend, the famous American historian William Prescott.

Today I Learned It Was You

From award-winning author Edward Riche comes a hilarious and timely new novel that skewers small-town government and modern identity politics.