Jan 12 2012
| By Krystalline Kraus |
Featuring reflections from activists who helped organize the mobilizations, demonstrators and passersby, Whose Streets offers insight on how local organizing and global activism can come together.
Jan 5 2012
| By Mercedes Allen |
Freeing Ourselves is a health guide written first and foremost for trans-masculine, genderqueer and male-identified trans people, a group that is often otherwise invisible, facing barriers and taboos.
Dec 22 2011
| By Kaitlin McNabb |
It's been a busy year in the lounge! This year's highlights include comedy for contrarians, vegan dieting, dissent deconstructed, revolutionary memoirs and more... happy reading from the book lounge!
Dec 15 2011
| By Derrick O'Keefe |
A holiday reading guide for those lucky enough to have some time off, it is also the ideal season to read -- or at least to make an ambitious reading list for 2012 as a New Year's resolution.
Dec 8 2011
| By Matthew Behrens |
Two non-fiction books -- Through The Glass and Fearmonger -- are perfectly timed as Canadians consider the serious consequences of the omnibus crime bill.
Dec 1 2011
| By Ellie Gordon-Moershel |
In Love Cake, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha explores how queer people of colour resist and transform violence through love and desire.
Nov 24 2011
| By Michael Wheeler |
Committing Theatre contributes new facts and context to some of the more noteworthy groups in Canadian political theatre.
Nov 17 2011
| By Greg Macdougall |
For someone interested in getting involved in organizing, Joan Kuyek's Community Organizing serves as a comprehensive and inspiring introduction.
Nov 10 2011
| By Peter Steven |
In About Canada: Media, Dr. Peter Steven finds that the quality of our news and entertainment media is steadily declining, as well as becoming increasingly restricted and less diverse.
Nov 3 2011
| By Joanna Chiu |
What You Really Really Want is a desperately needed antidote to the slew of toxic sewage in the form of "sex and relationship advice" targeted at girls and women.