You can't win a race you're kept from running.Set amid the cubicles and courtyards of Toronto City Hall, Kimia Eslah's third novel centres on three women of colour navigating labyrinths at work, in love and in life. Faiza Hosseini is a cutthroat executive with a proven record -- she knows she's enough, but can she circumvent the old boys' club? Sameera Jahani is passionate about equity but her girlfriend isn't -- can she bridge this gap, or has she had enough? Goldie Sheer has triumphantly landed her first job, but unexpected work drama makes her question -- is she really enough? With grace and insight, Eslah bares three women's experiences of structural discrimination, from microagressions to corruption. Enough is an empathetic missive to anyone working on equity, diversity and inclusion -- in cubicles, courtyards and countless other spaces.
Kimia Eslah is a feminist writer and a queer woman of colour. Her work has been featured on CBC Books, Ms. Magazine and The Miramichi Reader. She is the author of Sister Seen, Sister Heard and The Daughter Who Walked Away. Her novels explore the effects of systemic discrimination, patriarchy, mental illness, and queerphobia on Canadian women of colour.