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Meet the breakouts of 2019

Q&Q asks three of the year’s most exciting debut authors to share the books that inspired them and what’s on their reading lists now
Rebecca Fisseha
Téa Mutonji
Zalika Reid-Benta

Rebecca Fisseha

In her debut novel, Daughters of Silence (Goose Lane Editions), Toronto playwright and former high-school English teacher Rebecca Fisseha explores life in the Ethiopian diaspora through her character Dessie, an independent-minded woman grieving the loss of her mother. Dessie finds herself unexpectedly back in Addis Ababa, where she must face some dark family secrets.

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Books of the Year Our editors pick their top reads of 2019 Meet the breakout stars Stunning debuts by Zalika Reid-Benta, Téa Mutonji, and Rebecca Fisseha