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Feb 8 2012 10:00am

February Recommendations from Bakka Phoenix Books

Bakka-Phoenix Books

Bakka Phoenix is Canada’s oldest speculative fiction bookstore. We’ve been
passionate about reading, discussing, and selling SF since 1972. And
producing writers, too: staff alumni include Cory Doctorow, Nalo Hopkinson, Tanya Huff, Robert J. Sawyer, and Michelle Sagara West.

We hold dozens of in-store readings and launches every year, and participate in almost as many off-site events. Now that we’ve settled into our new permanent home at 84 Harbord St. in downtown Toronto, we have the space in which to host a long-standing SF book club, along with writing classes, workshops, and general SF conversational goodness.

[Some of the books we’ve been talking about lately]