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Gorgeous Literary Camp (That I Didn’t Like): A Review of Lisa Foad’s The Night is a Mouth

Reading queer Torontonian Lisa Foad’s 2008 debut short story collection The Night is a Mouth has been one of my strangest and most difficult reading experiences.  I started the book with high expectations: I loved the title and the evocative, … Continue reading

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