a novel by Sean Dixon, in which Toronto's Kensington Market becomes ground zero in a war of dark against dark.
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"The ‘problem’ of the Canadian novel, for me, was that Canada — as I was painfully aware, sitting in the Ottawa Valley reading my stepfather’s copies of the Manchester Guardian Weekly, with its inserts from The Washington Post and Le Monde — was a nation marginal to the epicentres of global culture and global power, yet endowed by history, as if as a joke, with the literary language of the world’s two most powerful empires, the nineteenth-century United Kingdom and the twentieth-century United States. The language did not fit the experience."
—Stephen Henighan (via littlebrothermagazine)

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