Wordfest Read and Review Program runs year-round and is a great way to contribute to Wordfest as it prepares for its 22th Festival (Oct , 2016)
Help us assess the dozens of books and “galleys” (unedited pre-publication book manuscripts) sent to Wordfest for consideration every year. Your review could be a key part of the decision on which books and artists to include in the Festival lineup!
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All At Sea is on sale July Award-winning journalist Decca Aitkenhead tells a remarkable story of love and loss, of how one couple changed each other’s lives and of what a sudden death can do to the people who survive.
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Waste: Adrenalin-laced and with a strong sense of the absurd, this small-town Canadian novel explores situations both dark and amoral. Andrew F. Sullivan’s "Waste" takes place in a small Canadian town over a December weekend in Larkhill, Ontario,.
The families that share a London communal garden square think that their children are safe. But when Pip discovers her sister lying unconscious in the rose garden of their common space, everything will be questioned. The Girls in the Garden is