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    Tenure Kieran Egan Canada
    9781774390306 Paperback FICTION / Satire Publication Date:September 15, 2021
    $21.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0 in | 1 lb | 264 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y NeWest Press
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      Saved from certain death on the Whistler-Vancouver highway after his luxury car malfunctions, Mark Morata feels honour-bound to reward his rescuer, Geoff Pybus, with a token of his undying gratitude. Geoff, a frustratingly humble university professor, happy with his family's lot in life, only wants the impossible: for his modest, straightforward wife to get tenure at her university.

      Luckily, Mark is a man for whom impossible is just another word. As a sophisticated importer-exporter of certain recreational substances ("drug lord" is such a cliché), Mark gets to work on the academic world with the same relentless nature that helped him climb to the top of the cartel. However, the hallowed campus halls reveal an environment that is vicious and corrupt beyond anything he has ever encountered in the drug business...

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      Kieran Egan was born in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland, and educated in England, receiving a BA in history. He then went to California to work with IBM Corp. as a consultant while beginning a PhD at Stanford University, which he completed at Cornell University in 1972. His first academic job was at Simon Fraser University, in British Columbia, where he remained till his recent retirement. His academic work dealt with innovative educational theory and detailed practical methods whereby implications of the theory can be applied in everyday classrooms. He focused on the nature and development of imagination, and argued for its centrality in learning and the construction of meaning. There have been about forty translations of his books into around twenty languages. He and his wife have three children and five grandchildren --all, of course, wonderful, and all the children produce books of various kinds. During his academic life he gave talks in most European countries, and throughout Asia, South America, and Australasia. He also writes poetry and has published in many Canadian, British, Irish, and USA magazines. His first poetry book, Amplified Silence, was published by Silver Bow Publishing in 2021, and his second, Seven Oaks Ago, from the same publisher appeared in 2022. He has an interest in Japanese-style gardens, and built one at the rear of his house, which resulted in a book, Building My Zen Garden, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000), and also a TV program in the Recreating Eden series. He was an athlete when younger--quite good at long-jump and triple-jump--but after four operations, he now has metal screws in his knees. He lives in Vancouver, BC. Tenure, was published by NeWest Press in 2021.

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      Praise for Tenure:

      "With the Japanese yakuza wanting a piece of his action and the Vietnamese gangs breathing down his neck, drug lord Mark Morata has his hands full. But when he decides to make an 'offer they can't refuse' to the members of a university faculty, he doesn't know what he is in for. Filled with delightfully quirky characters, Tenure is an entertaining romp that pits organized crime against the disorganized mob of the academic world."
      ~ Norm Boucher, author of Horseplay: My Time Undercover on the Granville Strip

      "An inspired mash-up of academia and the underworld which opens with a Hitchcockian-style hook that grabs the reader and doesn't let go. Tenure establishes Egan as an exciting and distinct new voice in Canadian crime fiction."
      ~ A.J. Devlin, award-winning author of Cobra Clutch and Rolling Thunder

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    Series: Conundrum 25
    The Water Lover Patrick Allaby Canada
    9781772620597 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Literary Publication Date:May 10, 2021
    $10.00 CAD 4.25 x 6.25 x 0.5 in | 0.2 lb | 116 pages Carton Quantity:35 Canadian Rights: Y Conundrum Press
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      A powerful tale of thirst, illness, and obsession

      Patrick is almost finished university when his life turns upside down. It begins innocently enough, with a newly developed appreciation for the taste of water. His love of water quickly becomes an obsession, and before long, Patrick is drinking twenty cups a day. Then he starts experiencing other changes: exhaustion, weight loss, and (naturally) constant urination. He begins to fall behind in his last semester, but can't even muster up the energy to care. That's when Patrick lands in intensive care, where he develops a new obsession: survival.

      The Water Lover offers a raw, vulnerable look at the realities of chronic illness, the limits of the Canadian medical system, and the rush of finding that elusive Prince album on vinyl.

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      Patrick Allaby is a cat person living in the dog part of Sackville, New Brunswick. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2015, and since then his work has largely focused on the experience of living with chronic illness. His first book, Martin Peters was published by Conundrum Press in 2019 and he has an MFA from the University of Waterloo.

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    Dear Twin Addie Tsai
    9781999058807 Paperback YOUNG ADULT FICTION / LGBTQ+ Publication Date:November 15, 2019
    $18.95 CAD 5.25 x 8 x 0.52 in | 0.57 lb | 222 pages Carton Quantity:45 Canadian Rights: Y Metonymy Press
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      Poppy wants to go to college like everyone else, but her father has other ideas. Ever since her twin sister, Lola, mysteriously vanished, Poppy's father has been depressed and forces her to stick around. She hopes she can convince Lola to come home, and perhaps also procure her freedom, by sending her twin a series of nineteen letters, one for each year of their lives.

      When not excavating childhood memories, Poppy is sneaking away with her girlfriend Juniper, the only person who understands her. But negotiating the complexities of queer love and childhood trauma are anything but simple. And as a twin? That's a whole different story.

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      Addie Tsai teaches courses in literature, creative writing, dance, and humanities at Houston Community College. She collaborated with Dominic Walsh Dance Theater on Victor Frankenstein and Camille Claudel, among others. Addie holds an MFA from Warren Wilson College and a PhD in Dance from Texas Woman's University. Her writing has been published in Banango Street, The Offing, The Collagist, The Feminist Wire, Nat. Brut., and elsewhere. She is the Nonfiction Editor at The Grief Diaries and Senior Associate Editor in Poetry at The Flexible Persona.

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      "A powerful debut by Addie Tsai, Dear Twin is a thought-provoking book that examines the emotional weight of twin-ness through a queer lens." --Michele Kirichanskaya, Lambda Literary

      "Dear Twin is for the Asian girls, the daughters of immigrants, the queer girls, the multiracial girls, and yes, for the twins. For those who fall outside these categories, then whether Tsai's work happens to be your cup of tea seems largely inconsequential." --Sarah Sheppeck, The Coachella Review

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    Aurora Borealice Joan Steacy Canada
    9781772620375 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Nonfiction Publication Date:May 24, 2019
    $20.00 CAD 6.5 x 9 x 0 in | 0 lb | 250 pages Carton Quantity:30 Canadian Rights: Y Conundrum Press
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      When Joan Steacy graduated from High School in 1974, she left her small town behind to embark on a lifelong quest for education. In Aurora Borealice, Steacy explores her personal journey through alter-ego Alice, a functional illiterate with a creative mind and artistic skill. The book is a lesson in perseverance and ultimately believing in yourself regardless of the challenges thrown your way.

      The story follows Alice as she winds her way through art college, marriage, an art career in Toronto, parenthood, and a major move to Victoria. Along the way, she draws encouragement from her partner, Canadian comics artist Ken Steacy, insight from media theorist Marshall McLuhan and mentor Eric McLuhan, and inspiration from Jean 'Moebius' Giraud, and Jack 'King' Kirby. The more Alice learns, the more confident she becomes--until she's accepted into the University of Victoria. There, she's faced with one of the most important questions of her life: what is the true value of a university education?

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      Joan Steacy is a visual artist who has worked in a variety of disciplines, including sculpture, illustration, and digital painting. She grew up in southern Ontario, and moved to Victoria in 1987. A graduate of Sheridan College, The Ontario College of Art & Design, and The University of Victoria, she currently teaches at Camosun College in Comics and Graphic Novels, a program she co-created with partner Ken Steacy. She is also the author/illustrator of So, That's That! the biography of her father, a scrap-metal dealer who lived to be 100. Most recently, she illustrated a short story for "A Minyen Yidn" by Trina Robbins.

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      "The Alice of Aurora Borealice is brilliant, talented, and a functional illiterate who believes what she's been told all her life, until with the aid of a supportive boyfriend and a healthy dose of Marshall McLuhan, she breaks free of her labels. Aurora Borealice is wittily written and charmingly drawn." --Trina Robbins

      "Joan Steacy's Aurora Borealice is a whimsical, heartfelt and insightful look at the burgeoning Toronto art scene of the 1970s. A natural storyteller, her vivid characters come to life with her beautiful cartooning." --Jeff Lemire, author of Essex County and Secret Path

      "Joan Steacy offers up an interesting new door into a moment in cultural history now up for re-evaluation. A gentle and thoughtful look at the recent past that feels far away at the same time." --Douglas Coupland

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    Case of the Missing Men, The Kris Bertin Canada, Alexander Forbes
    9781772620160 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / General Publication Date:November 11, 2017
    $20.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.4 in | 0 lb | 224 pages Carton Quantity:30 Canadian Rights: Y Conundrum Press
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      The Case of the Missing Men is the first part of an ongoing mystery thriller set in a strange and remote east-coast village called Hobtown. The story follows a gang of young teens who have made it their business to investigate each and every one of their town's bizarre occurrences as The Teen Detective Club (a registered afterschool program). Their small world of missing pets and shed-fires is turned upside down when real-life kid adventurer and globetrotter Sam Finch comes to town and enlists them in their first real case--the search for his missing father. In doing so, he and the teens stumble upon a terrifying world of rural secret societies, weird-but-true folk mythology, subterranean lairs, and an occultist who can turn men into dogs. The Case of The Missing Men is at turns funny, intriguing, eerie and endearing, and is beautifully illustrated in a style reminiscent of children's pulp classics like Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys.
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      Kris Bertin and Alexander Forbes are childhood friends who trained in separate disciplines in order to reunite as adults and make comic books. Alexander Forbes is an artist and graduate of NSCAD, and Kris Bertin is the author of the short story collection BAD THINGS HAPPEN (Biblioasis 2016). They are both from Lincoln, New Brunswick, and both live in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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      "KRIS BERTIN'S STORIES ARE A REVELATION, A TRIUMPH -- EACH STAMPED WITH THE MARK OF A NEW AND RISING GENIUS." - DAVID ADAMS RICHARDS
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    Cursed Hermit, The Kris Bertin Canada, Alexander Forbes Canada
    9781772620306 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Crime & Mystery Publication Date:November 01, 2019
    $20.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.5 in | 0 lb | 180 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Conundrum
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      The highly-anticipated follow-up to The Case of the Missing Men

      Will our Teen Detectives untangle the mystery of Knotty Pines--before it's too late? Reeling from the strange and confusing discoveries of their last adventure, the Hobtown Junior Detective Club is looking forward to Christmas break when two of its Teen Detectives--Brennan and Pauline--are made to attend an extra-credit boarding school called Knotty Pines. After attending their first classes, however, they realize they may have stumbled on their weirdest case yet!

      It's not just that the Headmaster and the Headmistress are unusually strict, it's that they seem to be controlling the students, transforming them into boneheads and bullies. On the final night of their stay, the boys and girls are paired up to pledge eternal allegiance to the long-dead Lord Hobb--and to each other--in unholy matrimony!Isolated from their fellow sleuths, our intrepid young investigators need to rely on a cast of colourful characters to lift a curse that has plagued the good people of Hobtown for centuries! Bizarre, funny, frightening, and heartwarming, this latest installment of the Hobtown Mystery Stories brings our teens one step closer to uncovering the haunting truth of their funny little east-coast village.

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      Kris Bertin is a writer from Halifax, NS. His first book of short stories, BAD THINGS HAPPEN won the Writers' Union of Canada's 2017 Danuta Gleed Award and the ReLit Award. Kris's first graphic novel (illustrated by Alexander Forbes) THE CASE OF THE MISSING MEN was nominated for a Doug Wright Award. His second book of short stories, USE YOUR IMAGINATION! will be published in 2019.



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      Awards
      Doug Wright Award 2018, Short-listed
      Reviews

      "...an exceptional, odd mystery."
      -- Publisher's Weekly (starred review)

      "There's a fullness of vision that makes The Case of the Missing Men so readable and rereadable. There are perfect images in here that will stick with you like scars."
      -- Bookshelf.ca

      "The Case of the Missing Men is truly a page-turner, with meticulous black-and-white line drawings that are incredibly nuanced and deft at creating suspense."
      -- The Coast

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    9780369102300 Paperback DRAMA / Women Authors Publication Date:July 27, 2021
    $18.95 CAD 5.2 x 8.2 x 0.7 in | 140 gr | 104 pages Carton Quantity:96 Canadian Rights: Y Playwrights Canada Press
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      The archetypal student-teacher romance is cleverly turned on its head for the post-#MeToo era in this striking new play by the acclaimed author of What a Young Wife Ought to Know and Bunny.

      Jon, a star professor and author, is racked with self-loathing after his third marriage crumbles around him when he finds himself admiring a student—a girl in a red coat. The girl, nineteen-year-old Annie, is a big fan of his work, and also happens to live down the street. From their doorways to his office to hotel rooms, their mutual admiration and sexual tension escalates under Jon’s control to a surprising conclusion that will leave you wanting to go back and question your perceptions of power as soon as you finish.

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      Hannah Moscovitch is an acclaimed Canadian playwright, TV writer, and librettist whose work has been widely produced in Canada and around the world. Recent stage work includes Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes and Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story (co-created with Christian Barry and Ben Caplan). Hannah has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Trillium Book Award, the Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award, the Scotsman Fringe First and the Herald Angel Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and the prestigious Windham-Campbell Prize administered by Yale University. She has been nominated for the international Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Drama Desk Award, Canada’s Siminovitch Prize in Theatre, and the Governor General’s Literary Award. She is a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre in Toronto. She lives in Halifax.

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      Governor General's Literary Award 2021, Winner
      Jim Connors Dartmouth Book Award for Fiction 2022, Short-listed
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      “Beyond providing her signature sharp sense of humour . . . the intrigue in Moscovitch’s script is in discovering why she’s playing with such traditional tropes, so out of character for the playwright who has written so frankly about female sexuality.”


      “Powerful and clever and funny.”


      “Everything about Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes was perfect. I loved it.”

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    Theory Norman Yeung Canada
    9780369101617 Paperback DRAMA / Canadian Publication Date:February 22, 2021
    $17.95 CAD 5.4 x 8.35 x 0.28 in | 160 gr | 120 pages Carton Quantity:88 Canadian Rights: Y Playwrights Canada Press
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      Is there a limit to free speech? Who gets to decide?

      Isabelle’s film theory students are stunned that she would open an unmoderated online discussion group to complement a controversial syllabus. Her intention was for them to learn from each other, but when an anonymous student starts to post racist comments and offensive videos on the forum and others challenge Isabelle’s methods, she is forced to decide whether to intervene or to let the social experiment play out. But the posts soon turn abusive and threatening to Isabelle’s relationship with her wife, Lee, causing her to take matters into her own hands.

      In this thrilling exploration of the intersections and divisions within liberalism, a young tenure-track professor finds herself in a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse that has her questioning her beliefs and fighting back for her life.

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      Norman Yeung is a writer, actor, and visual artist. His play Theory won the Voaden Prize and was nominated for the Carol Bolt Award. Pu-Erh received four Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations, including Outstanding New Play, and was a finalist for the Voaden Prize. Other plays and performance pieces include The Zoonotic Story (Stratford Festival/National Arts Centre), I Know I’m Supposed to Love You (Touchstone Theatre), Deirdre Dear (LaBute New Theater Festival, St. Louis), In this moment. (Scotiabank Nuit Blanche), and Black Blood (Tapestry New Opera Showcase, with composer Christiaan Venter). Theory and Ms. Desjardins were recorded as podcasts for PlayME from CBC Podcasts. Norman was a playwright in residence at Outside the March, and has been a member of playwright/creator units at the Stratford Festival, Tarragon Theatre, fu-GEN Theatre Company, Tapestry Opera, and Canadian Stage. As an actor he has worked with the Stratford Festival, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Canadian Stage, Theatre Calgary, the Citadel Theatre, Thousand Islands Playhouse, LA Opera, Theatre Conspiracy, Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre, Firehall Arts Centre, Gateway Theatre, and many more. Among his many roles in film and TV, favourites include Resident Evil: Afterlife and Todd and the Book of Pure Evil. He holds an Honours B.F.A. in Film from Ryerson University and a B.F.A. in Acting/Theatre from the Unive

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      Awards
      Carol Bolt Award 2019, Nominated
      The Voaden Prize 2015, Winner
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      "[Theory] is admirably ambitious as it works through layers of complexity.”
      “A frequently dizzying and extremely entertaining interrogation of the ways in which academia can become a hotbed for practical and theoretical implosion . . . it is a densely written, challenging piece of theatre.”
      “Timely in its recognition of alt-right backlash, Theory reminds us of the inevitable pendulum backswing on progressive sociopolitical change.”
      “Masterfully tackles power dynamics, privilege, bias, and the tension between freedom of speech and oppression . . . prepare for a heated discussion, because Theory gets an A for stimulating difficult but important conversation.”
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    Selfie Christine Quintana Canada
    9780369101259 Paperback DRAMA / Women Authors Age (years) from 14 - 18 Publication Date:November 23, 2020
    $17.95 CAD 5.32 x 8.4 x 0.25 in | 140 gr | 104 pages Carton Quantity:70 Canadian Rights: Y Playwrights Canada Press
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      A new year of high school is full of excitement and potential—but three teens didn’t expect it to bring such a dark change to their lives. After spending a summer reinventing herself in Paris, Emma is ready for her new life to start, while her best friend Lily is eager for them to reconnect. Lily throws a last-minute party fuelled by alcohol and Instagram, which leads to a long-awaited encounter between Emma and Lily’s older brother Chris. But the next day Emma feels that something went terribly wrong. When a doctor’s appointment and a visit from police confirm that there was a sexual assault at the party, and the whole school turns against Emma, the three friends grapple with what actually happened between Emma and Chris. This smart and intense play about the complexities of relationships and community opens up a much-needed conversation about the nature of consent.

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      Born in Los Angeles to a Mexican American father and a Dutch British Canadian mother, Christine Quintana is now a grateful visitor on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh nations. Other playwriting highlights include Never The Last (co-created with Molly MacKinnon), winner of a Significant Artistic Achievement Award. Christine is a Siminovitch Prize Protégé winner for playwriting and is currently playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre. She is a proud founding member of the Canadian Latinx Theatre Artist Coalition and holds a BFA in Acting from UBC.

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      Awards
      Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play (TYA) 2018, Winner
      Governor General's Literary Award 2021, Nominated
      The Sydney Risk Prize 2015, Winner
      Tom Hendry Award for Theatre for Young Audiences 2018, Winner
      Reviews
      “Quintana’s writing is natural, bitingly funny, and heartfelt. All three characters are wholly developed and vividly real . . . by deconstructing rape culture and exploring consent in smart, engaging, entertaining, and emotionally fulfilling ways . . . this is required theatre for everyone.”
      “Quintana’s temerity for making very polemical issues appear equivocal and challenging is a sincere compliment to her teenage viewers.”
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    Youth of God, The Hassan Ghedi Santur Canada
    9781988449739 Paperback FICTION / Literary Publication Date:June 01, 2019
    $22.95 CAD 5.75 x 8.75 x 0.55 in | 340 gr | 208 pages Carton Quantity:35 Canadian Rights: Y Mawenzi House Publishers Ltd.
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      Longlisted for Canada Reads, 2020
      Finalist for the Pius Adesanmi Memorial Award for Excellence in African Writing, 2019

      The Youth of God tells the story of Nuur, a sensitive and academically gifted seventeen-year-old boy growing up in Toronto's Somali neighbourhood, as he negotiates perilously between the calling of his faith and his intellectual ambitions. Trying to influence him are a radical Muslim imam and a book-loving, dedicated teacher who shares his background. In its telling, this novel reveals the alienated lives of Somali youth in an environment riddled with crime and unemployment, while still in the grip of bitter memories of a home left behind. This intensely moving novel is also a powerful allegory of the struggle for the soul of Islam in modern times.

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      Hassan Ghedi Santur emigrated from Somalia to Canada at age thirteen. He has a BA in English Literature and an MFA from York University, and an MA from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. He has worked as a radio journalist for CBC radio and his print journalism work has appeared in the New York Times, Yahoo News, and The Walrus, among others. In 2010, he published his debut novel Something Remains, followed by Maps of Exile, an exploration of the plight of African migrants in Europe. He is currently working on his third novel, Other Worlds, Other Lives.

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      "The Youth of God is a story about love, and how the lack of embodied love can starve a young person's ability to make choices in their best interests. It is a painful reminder of the immense vulnerability of promising third-culture kids who navigate a double exile. While nominally a work of fiction, The Youth of God should be read as a cautionary tale of what can transpire when at-risk youth are allowed to slip through the cracks." --Quill & Quire, starred review

      "In writing The Youth of God, Santur has carved a space within what is an expanding canon of Somali literature written in European languages...Santur eloquently depicts various struggles of the Somali diaspora that cut across generations, genders, and geographies as he simultaneously humanizes but does not justify a radicalization that transcends borders." --Alexander Dawson, Africa Is a Country

      "A brave novel that lays bare the complexity and pull of extremism." --Broken Pencil Magazine

      "Written in melancholic prose, Santur creates a vivid constellation of migrant characters all of whom are bound by an overarching feeling of alienation." --Bhakti Shringarpure, Africa Is a Country

      "Santur has written a clear-eyed, compassionate, and informative vision of what drives our brothers, sisters and children into extremism. He breaks my heart wide open, as all great novelists do" --Lauren B. Davis, author of Our Daily Bread, The Empty Room, and The Grimoire of Kensington Market

      "The Youth of God is a great accomplishment. It's a community's story of war, immigration and the constant preoccupation with finding safety. Santur manages to do what only great novelists can do: tell a harrowing tale with nuance, grace, and a lot of compassion. Each character is complex, each person's story comes with many layers. I couldn't put it down." --Kagiso Lesego Molope, author of This Book Betrays My Brother

      "The Youth of God is a novel about migration and its melancholic, bittersweet afterlives. Somali-Canadian teenager Nuur is caught between racist bullying at school, a tense home life and toxic brainwashing at his mosque. Through sparse, evocative prose, Santur sketches an intimate portrait of the vulnerability and precarity of today's isolated, inner city youth. This is a haunting story filled with characters you will grow to love. Santur delivers a complex and heartbreaking masterpiece, fearless in its desire to put religion, nation and our society on trial." --Bhakti Shringarpure, founding editor of Warscapes Magazine and author of Cold War Assemblages: Decolonization to Digital

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