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Impressive Stories – Edmonton Journal

 

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Canlit fabulism – Globe and Mail

Saturday, December 28, 2002 The Scent of a Lie By Paulo Da Costa With this book of linked stories, paulo da costa adds piquant new spice to the CanLit broth. Despite a recent Booker short list proving yet again that … Continue reading

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New World Odour

Calgary writer paulo da costa’s short story collection The Scent of a Lie is the most uniformly fresh, sprightly, meaty work of Canadian fiction I’ve read in a long time. It came as a shock to me that the book … Continue reading

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Tricked by the dusk – Toronto Star

From Cowtown to Portugal, with love   Spare, poetic tales of ordinary people Once upon a time, not so very long ago, in a windblown modern city in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, a young Angola-born man sat down … Continue reading

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