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First impressions

ONE OF THE PLEASURES of working on our twice-yearly preview issues is that Q&Q’s editorial team gets an opportunity to spotlight debut authors months before some of their books go on to receive critical acclaim. Looking back at last fall’s preview, there were several titles that stand out, such as Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq’s genre-defying Split Tooth, which later became a bestselling literary-award winner, and Anne T. Donahue’s essay collection, Nobody Cares, which continues to delight readers. Months after appearing in our spring 2019 preview, Shut Up You’re Pretty, the debut collection of linked short stories by Toronto writer Téa Mutonji, received a starred review in this magazine. (This year’s fall preview, which features more than 150 titles by both debut and veteran authors, begins on page 16.)

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