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Sara Cation has wept her way through a litany of lit­er­ary heart­breaks, from The Lit­tle Prince to A Lit­tle Life, but she’s buoyed by the likes of Shteyn­gart and Safran Foer. She reads any­thing set in North Korea or In­dia but never touches self-help or ro­mances.

Alexan­dra Don­ald­son loves read­ing lit­er­ary fic­tion, es­say col­lec­tions, dark hu­mour, Cana­dian au­thors and mag­i­cal re­al­ism. This, and the fact that she’s one of our res­i­dent fash­ion ed­i­tors, makes her the clos­est thing we have to Belle from Beauty and the Beast.

Amanda Etty has an affin­ity for nail-bit­ing thrillers and smart, funny books writ­ten by smart, funny women. She’s al­ways on the hunt for her next favourite novel, although she’s cur­rently work­ing her way through a stack of par­ent­ing books (tod­dlers, right?).

Suzanne Moutis al­most al­ways has her nose in a book, be it Golden Age mys­tery, Sec­ond World War his­tory or Hol­ly­wood tell-all. She un­apolo­get­i­cally loves Re­gency ro­mances and young adult fic­tion but flatly re­fuses to read any­thing that will make her cry.

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