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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 March 3
Kaitlin McNabb | Sunday, March 4, author Lynn Coady joins the Babble Book Club for a discussion of her novel The Antagonist.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 28
Kaitlin McNabb | With the closing of the Oscars and Black History Month, the ABWH released an alternative reading list on Black History in the South to expose audiences to the realities 'The Help' ignores.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 22
Kaitlin McNabb | A listing of a few of the great Black Canadian authors who have shaped or continue to define our Canadian cultural landscape.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 11
Kaitlin McNabb | Babble Book Club presents a special conversation with Lynn Coady, author of The Antagonist, on March 4, 12:00 p.m. PST/3:00 p.m. EST.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 7
Chelby Marie Daigle | Chelby Marie Daigle recounts her great time spent being a "book" in the Human Library in Ottawa.
Blog - Bound but not gagged January 14
Kaitlin McNabb | The babble Book Club preps for its first meeting with a quick post on how to use babble.
Blog - Bound but not gagged January 11
Kaitlin McNabb | Babble Book Club has its final discussion of selection Haruki Murakami's The Wind Up Bird Chronicle on Sunday, Jan. 15 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST on the babble forum.
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 30
Kaitlin McNabb | rabble's Book Lounge has started a new Book Club, the babble book club, allowing users to weigh in on the same book, igniting conversation and questions from the critically-minded about great reads!
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 10
Kaitlin McNabb | The Vancouver 125 Legacy Books Project releases its collection of reissues of 10 classic Vancouver books that have informed or reported the city's history, culture and communities.
Blog - Bound but not gagged June 2
rabble staff | Congratulations to Dionne Brand for winning the Griffin Poetry Prize for her book Ossuaries.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 25
Noreen Mae Ritsema | An impressive group of Toronto poets have come together to create a poem in response to the recent devastation in Japan.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 21
Cara Waterfall | Cara Waterfall explores how the writer with a taste for the open road found freedom in the routines of domesticity.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 18
Ahmed Alajmi and Fareed Ramadan | Bahraini writers are calling on the international community to intervene in a violent government crackdown.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 16
Noreen Mae Ritsema | Paper books transform into human books in the human library, a concept designed to address prejudice.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 9
Noreen Mae Ritsema | This list of Canadian books chronicles some of the ways in which feminism has been developing and becoming more inclusive.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 28
Nathaniel G. Moore | The CanLit onesy is a 100 per cent cotton blend knit reading onesy, perfect for reading any type of Canadian literature.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 28
Jessica Rose | Among the most-challenged books in Canada are those that depict female sexuality or same-sex relationships.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 24
Noreen Mae Ritsema | A compilation of books that have faced literary censorship in Canada.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 21
Ashley Gaboury | As Freedom to Read Week kicks off in Canada, writers in Italy face widespread censorship that threatens freedom of expression across the country.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 17
Noreen Mae Ritsema | In celebration of Black History Month, here are some recent Canadian releases that are not to be missed.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 14
Cara Waterfall | Figment.com is changing the way teenagers write -- one byte at a time. Co-founder Jacob Lewis talks about the benefits of shrinking the literary ecosystem.
Blog - Bound but not gagged January 27
Noreen Mae Ritsema | The posthumous editing of Mark Twain's work by an Alabama book publisher is causing quite a stir in literary circles and in rabble's babble forum.
Blog - Bound but not gagged December 22
Noreen Mae Ritsema | rabble columnists and bloggers offer progressive book recommendations to readers.
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 12
Noreen Mae Ritsema | In the wake of Burma’s first election in 20 years, political prisoner and Nobel Peace prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi is scheduled to be released from house arrest on Nov. 13, 2010.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 29
Best of rabble
Alex Samur | The latest -- and greatest -- volume of the much loved Best of rabble.ca book series is here, hot off the presses!
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 4
rabble staff | Yves Engler, author of Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid, has asked his publisher, Fernwood Publishing, not to release the book to Chapters Indigo bookstores.
Blog - Bound but not gagged February 1
rabble staff | Margaret Atwood's speech about the importance of arts in the world economy was cut due to time constraints at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week. Here's the text from her speech.
Blog - Bound but not gagged December 18
Derrick O'Keefe | Walden Bello's latest, The Food Wars, is a great gift idea for the socially conscious reader in your life.
Blog - Bound but not gagged December 18
Samantha Power | We take a look back at the progressive book releases rabble reviewed this year.
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 30
Samantha Power | Ten years after the Battle of Seattle we are reminded citizen action changes the state of affairs.

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