Here We Are Among The Living – Samantha Bernstein
Super! We are so pleased to announce Samantha Bernstein’s debut Here We Are Among The Living has Been long-listed for the B.C. non-fiction award! Be sure to get your copy today. The National Post was impressed with the debut, and had this to say.
“In the book, written in five years’ worth of emails to her nearest and dearest, Bernstein details her life as a young woman falling in love and deciding what to do with the boundless energy of her youth. She also happens to be the youngest daughter of a Canadian literary luminary, the poet Irving Layton, and though he had next to no part in raising her, the psychic weight of his absence in her life and presence in the literary canon leaves a deep impression on Bernstein’s spirit. By virtue of both her youth and her DNA, Bernstein embodies a curiosity and lust for life. And she is, of course, a writer. By the terms she has explicitly set for the work, Bernstein’s memoir is a success.“
Prick: Confessions of a Tattoo Artist – Ashley Little
Wicked! Ashley Little’s Prick was shortlisted for the 2012 ReLit Award for best novel. TheToronto Review of Books also noticed Prick`s stature as an important indie read.
“Prick is a screeching hell ride down damnation alley…Like a car wreck to the morbidly inquisitive, or a brilliant dragon tattoo on alabaster flesh, Prick is a beautifully disturbing tale revealing the morally mangled soul of a young man.” For even more praise, visit Ashley`s website. Be sure to order your copy today! We are so pleased for the nomination. The ReLit Awards were established in 2000 to recognize the best of the country’s independent presses.