Oct 13 2011
| By Jane Doe |
In this excerpt from the newly published eBook, Hope Is Better Than Fear, Jane Doe reflects on Jack Layton's work to further feminist goals.
Oct 6 2011
| By Nathaniel G. Moore |
Shortlisted for the Giller Prize, Lynn Coady's The Antagonist is the anti-buddy film, the anti-villain, the anti-hockey novel we all quite possibly could use.
Sep 29 2011
| By Pamela Palmater |
In Bad Medicine, former judge John Reilly describes his personal journey in getting to know the Stoney people and how he tried to find alternatives to the cycle of sentencing Stoney members to prison.
Sep 23 2011
| By J. Zimmerman |
Moustafa Bayoumi's anthology on the Mavi Marmara brings together writing from prominent journalists, authors and activists.
Sep 15 2011
| By Eric Doherty |
Transport for Suburbia is essential reading for everyone who fights for effective action on the climate crisis.
Sep 8 2011
| By Noreen Mae Ritsema |
Carmen Aguirre, author of Something Fierce, was a five-year-old in Chile when right-wing dictator Augusto Pinochet took power. That military coup devastated Chile.
Sep 1 2011
| By Airin Stephens |
Claudia Davila's debut graphic novel, Luz Sees the Light, sets Luz and her friends on a path to transform their fossil-fueled world.
Aug 25 2011
| By Jessica Rose |
Hey, Shorty! is a must read book for parents, educators and young boys and girls who live the reality of an often unsafe and oppressive public school culture.
Aug 18 2011
| By Cara Waterfall |
Science and poetry dovetail in Anne Simpson's latest collection, Is, in which she meditates on what it means to be human.
Aug 11 2011
| By Sonia Edworthy |
If you want to live in a just and sustainable world (and who doesn't?) then egalitarian collective process is unavoidable. 'Come Hell or High Water' is a much needed critical analysis of this process.