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Bound but not gagged

Bound but not gagged is the rabble book lounge blog where you'll find news and views about progressive authors, publishers, bookstores and just about anything books! To read our reviews visit http://rabble.ca/books

Blog - Bound but not gagged February 27
Photo: flickr/danxoneil
Stephen Henighan | A beautiful tribute to the late Canadian writer Mavis Gallant and how her writing affected the spectrum of Canadian literature.
Blog - Bound but not gagged January 23
rabble staff | A standing room only crowd gathered at Trinity St. Paul United Church in Toronto on January 22, for the launch of Olivia Chow's new book, My Journey.
Blog - Bound but not gagged December 19
babble book club | babble book club is ringing in the new year with the amazing selection 'The Inconvenient Indian' by Thomas King. Our final discussion will be Friday January 17 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
Blog - Bound but not gagged December 19
Christina Turner | Recommendations for book gifts on anti-consumerism, DIY, homesteading and craftivism.
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 21
babble book club | babble book club's newest selection will be a 'reader's choice' of Alice Munro books! Our final discussion will be Friday December 13 at 2:00 p.m. EST in the babble book lounge.
Blog - Bound but not gagged October 18
Stefan Christoff | Stefan Christoff interviews author David Austin about his book 'Fear of a Black Nation: Race, Sex and Security in Sixties Montreal' and the importance of the Black Power movement in Canada.
Blog - Bound but not gagged October 11
Amanda Barker | All you need to know about Stephen Harper's new hockey book is it seems to be a veiled cover up for his own government's failing.
Blog - Bound but not gagged October 11
Kaitlin McNabb | Congratulations to Alice Munro on winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. During all this hoopla, we would just like to say 'thank you.'
Blog - Bound but not gagged September 26
babble book club | The babble book club's new selection is 'Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter' by Carmen Aguirre and the final discussion is Friday, November 1 at 2 p.m. EST in the book lounge.
Blog - Bound but not gagged September 25
Kaitlin McNabb | Giller Prize nominated author David Gilmour states in an interview with Hazlitt Magazine he "doesn't like women writers." What?!
Blog - Bound but not gagged September 17
Kaitlin McNabb | Rival Schools partnered with Canadian Indigenous groups to create an inclusive and inspired digital reading experience for kids.
Blog - Bound but not gagged August 15
babble book club | babble book club's newest selection is 'The Cellist of Sarajevo' by Steven Galloway with final discussion Friday September 20 at 2pm EST in the babble book lounge.
Blog - Bound but not gagged August 9
Kaitlin McNabb | The CWILA discusses the results of their 2012 Count and the trends in women's representation in Canadian literary arts and what the future holds for the CWILA.
Blog - Bound but not gagged August 8
Kaitlin McNabb | The CWILA discusses their 2012 Count and their process behind creating the methodology and research questions to reveal trends of gender disparity in Canadian book review culture.
Blog - Bound but not gagged August 1
Kiley Turner | Eight of Canada's most esteemed book junkies reveal their picks for Canadian reads they just couldn't put down this summer.
Blog - Bound but not gagged July 27
Franke James | Wear your new ENEMY status proudly! Buy a tank top or t-shirt designed by blacklisted artist Franke James.
Blog - Bound but not gagged July 4
babble book club | babble book club's newest selection is a double feature of graphic novels: 'It's a good life, when you don't weaken' by Seth and 'Fun Home: A family tragicomic' by Alison Bechdel.
Blog - Bound but not gagged July 3
babble book club | Author Richard Van Camp stopped by the babble book club to discuss his latest short story collection 'Godless But Loyal to Heaven' and so much more!
Blog - Bound but not gagged June 21
Kaitlin McNabb | Author Richard Van Camp discusses his writing, his meaning of Aboriginal Fiction and how Idle No More has affected Indigenous sovereignty and Canadian identity.
Blog - Bound but not gagged June 20
babble book club | Information on how to join the babble book club and what will happen when author Richard Van Camp joins us in the babble book lounge on June 28.
Blog - Bound but not gagged June 11
Graphic by École de la Montagne Rouge
Derrick O'Keefe | This series of articles includes firsthand accounts of the incredible street protests in Montreal and reflections on the student strike within the context of Quebec revolutionary history.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 31
Kaitlin McNabb | Spartacus Books comes back from the brink of eviction in Vancouver's DTES and gives rabble.ca the details on what happened and what it all means.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 30
Kaitlin McNabb | 'Godless But Loyal to Heaven' author Richard Van Camp will join the Babble Book Club for a discussion of his novel and current book club selection Friday June 28 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 21
Kaitlin McNabb | The Babble Book Club's new selection is 'Godless but Loyal to Heaven' by Richard Van Camp a novel of short stories about the realities of Native life.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 14
Kaitlin McNabb | Spartacus Books is another casualty of the increased gentrification in Vancouver and talks about what this will mean for them and Vancouver's DTES.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 22
Kaitlin McNabb | An Earth Day reading list that incorporates the extended issues of gentrification, Native and non-Native relationships, interconnectedness of climate change and Occupy activism.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 19
Photo: Creativity103/Flickr
Kaitlin McNabb | Registered Professional Planner Eric Doherty takes on the task of answering the book lounge's questions about the climate crisis, public transit and what Canadian can do to help.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 17
Adrienne De Francesco, Marion Kane | Two recipes in time for the Vegan Challenge this week, from the cookbook "share: Delicious Dishes from FoodShare and Friends."
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 16
Kaitlin McNabb | The babble book lounge kicks off Earth Week with a recap of the Babble Book Club's final discussion of 'Straphanger' with special guest Eric Doherty.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 15
Kaitlin McNabb | Babble Book Club's newest selection is Things Fall Apart by acclaimed African novelist Chinua Achebe and the final discussion will be Friday, May 17 at 2 p.m. EST.

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