Investigating “Empty Middles”: A Critical Review of Gail Scott’s The Obituary

The Obituary, Gail Scott. Coach House Books, 2010. by Martin Schauss Midway through the ludicrously lucid précis on the back of the folding front-cover of my edition of Gail Scott’s…

Colin Fulton: Empty & Hungry

Twin Conscience On June 11, 1981, Issei Sagawa, a 32-year-old student studying Comparative Literature at the Sorbonne Academy in Paris, invited a fellow student, Renée Hartevelt, over to dinner at…

George Murray talks to Michael Crummey

GM: As you know, concurrent with the success of your novels this last decade (my personal favourite being Galore), I’ve been goading you at parties and readings about when we’d…