Friday, July 3, 2020

Featured in Quill & Quire

A bit more early buzz has arrived for my new novel, All the Animals on Earth. I was interviewed for this Quill & Quire article, Publishers question how best to promote novels that have unexpected real-world relevance during COVID-19 (paywall), by reviews editor Steven W. Beattie. You have to have a subscription to read the article online, but I've included a screen grab from the print edition here:

The article also talks to my publisher at Wolsak & Wynn, Noelle Allen, my fellow W&W author Anne Stone about her new novel, Girl Minus X, and author Saleema Nawaz and her editor at McClelland & Stewart, Anita Chong, about Nawaz's new post-apocalyptic novel, Songs for the End of the World, which has some creepily spot-on parallels to the COVID-19 pandemic. Anyway, it was great to be included here and chat up All the Animals on Earth.

Just a reminder that the book's new publication date is September 6. You can, of course, pre-order a copy from all the usual suspects, including Chapters-Indigo,, or your favourite local independent bookstore, such as McNally Robinson in the Prairies, Another Story Bookshop here in Toronto, or the Bookmark in Halifax or Charlottetown.

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