Jun 30 2016
| By Scott Neigh |
Author Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay creates thoughtful, readable meditations on practices and systems of medicine in today's world, and on how power pervades them in "A Labour of Liberation."
Jun 23 2016
| By Alex Kerner |
'Let Them Stay' is a powerful account of the war resisters and their campaign as well as an important political tool as our current government considers whether to allow former soldiers to stay.
Jun 16 2016
| By Mark Karlin |
Around the world, women are pushing back against GMOs and corporate agriculture and building a food system that promotes health and justice for all.
Jun 9 2016
| By Sarah Hipworth |
The clever, substantial and slyly feminist novel "13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl" takes a deep look at beauty norms and society's perception of women through the eyes of Lizzie/Beth/Elizabeth/Liz.
Jun 2 2016
| By Sarah Innis |
Girls (or young women) and sex. It's a huge, complex and controversial topic. Author Peggy Orenstein gets to the heart of the issue: what messages are girls receiving and what are they actually doing?
May 26 2016
| By Christina Turner |
The ongoing corporatization of Canadian universities has become the subject of a burgeoning field of anti-Corporate U lit. This book applies the principles of the Slow Food movement to education.
May 19 2016
| By Lauren Scott |
Teva Harrison's debut graphic memoir offers an intimate look at the vibrant life of a cancer patient.
May 12 2016
| By Haseena Manek |
The Graphic History Collective illustrates an informative and illuminating timeline of Canada's complicated labour history. Consider this your call to arms.
May 5 2016
| By Clarissa Fortin |
In Ramprend, women come of age and lose one leg to a saw. Why? Delve into Huey Helene Alcaro's dystopian world of religious fervor and gender roles run amok.
Apr 28 2016
| By Betsy Warland |
New publisher Dagger Editions focuses on literature produced by and for queer woman. In this excerpt, Betsy Warland delves into a personal narrative of "a person of between."