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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 November 27
Samantha Power | On Buy Nothing Day we're reminded to consume less, not just differently.
Blog - Bound but not gagged November 13
Samantha Power | Today Malalai Joya starts the Canadian portion of her tour promoting her new book, A Woman Among Warlords:The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice.
Blog - Bound but not gagged September 4
Jessica Rose | This summer fans of Shameless magazine celebrated the launch of Shameless's new anthology, She's Shameless, at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto.
Blog - Bound but not gagged May 14
Rahat Kurd | Get into the spirit of the Palestine Festival of Literature with samples of the finest in Palestinian fiction, poetry, cookery and crafts.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 21
Derrick O'Keefe | Over the weekend, Hugo Chavez presented Barack Obama with a copy of Open Veins of Latin America, beginning a meteoric rise for the book up the Amazon.com sales chart.
Blog - Bound but not gagged April 1
Allendria Brunjes | In less than a month, Michael Ignatieff’s new book, True Patriot Love, will be out on the shelves. Meanwhile, mystery swirls around the progress of Stephen Harper’s tome on the history of hockey.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 7
Derrick O'Keefe | Here's a short reading list for getting up to speed on the past three decades of the history of war-ravaged Afghanistan.
Blog - Bound but not gagged March 2
Allendria Brunjes | Literature is becoming more digitized and more accessible than ever before. Libraries will have to change to reach out and bring people back to their books.