Book Review Sep 12
Yutaka Dirks | 'What Lies Across the Water' by Stephen Kimber discusses the hypocrisy behind the Cuban Five arrests, the courage of the five Cuban men and what really happened.
Book Review Sep 5
Steffanie Pinch | Activist toolkit coordinator Steffanie Pinch reviews activist handbook 'Stay Solid! A Radical Guide for Youth' edited by Vancouver youth centre The Purple Thistle Centre.
Book Review Aug 29
Nathaniel G. Moore | '1996' by Sara Peters ushers in a new era of Canadian Poetry, riffing off digital and conversational elements to bring a modern and direct voice to self explanation.
Book Review Aug 22
Amy MacKinnon | Authors David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu argue in 'The Body Economic' that not only is austerity bad for the economy, it is bad for our health.
Book Review Aug 15
Augusta Dwyer | Author and activist Beverly Bell sheds light on the perspective of grassroots organizations working in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
Book Review Aug 8
Art Threat | Art Threat interviewed artist Eloisa Aquino about her series of zines and the role of art and the artist in combating capitalism, patriarchy and heteronormativity.
Book Review Aug 1
Greg Macdougall | Robert W. McChesney's new book explores how the capitalist economic system influences the initial vision and potential of a non-commercial democratic Internet.
Book Review Jul 25
Daniel Francis | Aaron Chapman explores the history of Vancouver's Penthouse nightclub from glitzy celebrity appearances to legal actions that spawned the worst episode of violence against women in Canadian history.
Book Review Jul 18
Jessica Rose | 'Everything Is So Political' is a series of contemporary short stories written by Canadian writers that is rooted in the question "What makes something political?" and subsequent answer "Everything."
Book Review Jul 11
Daniel Moss | 'Harvesting Justice' is a great look into the world's most exciting food justice groups and a knockout organizing tool.
Book Review Jul 4
Harsha Walia | Harsha Walia reviews rabble contributor Zainab Amadahy's new book on when science is framed within the context of Indigenous wisdoms, it can inform, transform and revolutionize movement building.
Book Review Jun 27
Sarah Sheard | Author Sarah Sheard weaves an eccentric story of a reincarnated Bertolt Brecht in the midst of the G-20 Summit and his reflections on 1930s fascism.
Book Review Jun 20
Nathaniel G. Moore | Nathaniel G. Moore reviews George Szanto's new book 'Bog Tender: Coming Home to Nature and Memory' about the creative intersection of nature and memory.
Book Review Jun 13
Yutaka Dirks | Yutaka Dirks interviews author Stephen Law about his debut novel 'Tailings of Warren Peace' and how he balanced social justice with magical realism.
Book Review Jun 6
Eleanor Boyle | Author Eleanor Boyle exposes the consequences of large-scale meat production and excessive consumption and searches for progressive sustainable solutions to eating meat.