The writers you are about to meet in this blog post are the ones you need to look out for. They have already made a lot of noise in Montreal and are now looking to take their talent across Canada.
These writers have been featured in different university journals and newspapers not only in Montreal but across Quebec.
Bindu Suresh, a novelist from Montreal is a fiction writer and a pediatrician. Now that is a not so common combination for writers. Suresh fell in love with literature and medicine. She studied literature at Columbia University and medicine at McGill University.
Her first work is a big success, “26 Knots.” It is a story about people who fell in love with each other but are struggling with where they should focus their love on.
One of the characters, Gabriel is also dealing with some abandonment issues caused by his father. This makes it difficult for him to be a good and loving partner.
The book at first look might not be as ground-breaking but the way Suresh tied everything together is very immersive and profound.
Right now, there is no information if Suresh is working on another book as she is busy working at a designated coronavirus evaluation centre in Montreal.
Philippe was raised in Montreal and is now a writer based in New York. For him to make a name for himself not only in his hometown but in one of the biggest cities in the world is truly something.
His debut novel “The Field Guide to the North American Teenager” has been sold many times. It is about a wisecracking black French-Canadian teenager that goes by the name Norris who moves to Austin, Texas.
One of the most common questions people who are about to read the novel is if it is about Philippe’s life? Well, we can’t spill the beans so looks like you’re going to have to read the book and find out yourself.
Both of these writers are inspired by many of the famous Montreal writers that came before them. We are truly excited to read their future publications and so much more.