Results for: Naomi Guttman

Naomi Guttman

In the 1970s, it was called the brain drain, but as early as 1890, when Wilfrid Laurier was Oppostion Leader, he spoke of “the cancer of emigration” to the United […]

Naomi Guttman

Before leaving Canada for the United States, Naomi Guttman lived in Montreal, which is where we met sometime in the 1980s. (We both had work published in the anthology Celebrating […]

The Fascinating Fragments of Durga Chew-Bose

Naomi Guttman reviews Too Much and Not the Mood by Durga Chew-Bose, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, NYC, 2017, 221 pages. Review by Naomi Guttman In publishing a book of creative […]

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Now Comes

In Vienna, she feels shadowed by history, time marching on. -from “Fréhel Takes Her Leave” by Sarah Bernstein Review of Now Comes the Lightning, by Sarah Bernstein (Pedlar Press, St. […]

Book Reviews

Review Highlights Writing a novel about rape as a weapon of war is an ethical and literary minefield for authors. You could diminish the gravity of the crime through fictional […]

Interviews

Three Questions: Tenth Anniversary Interviews Jane Christmas (January 12, 2022) Isabel Huggan (January 19, 2022) Magie Dominic (February 8, 2022) Carolyn Gammon (March 8, 2022) Darlene Foster (April 17, 2022) […]