Book Review Dec 3
Samantha Power | On the 10th anniversary of the Battle of Seattle rabble.ca spoke with organizer David Solnit about his new book compiling stories and evaluations of the success of the protest in Seattle.
Book Review Nov 27
Malalai Joya and Derrick O'Keefe | In this excerpt from her biography, Malalai Joya describes her life in Afghanistan, the origins of her name and the reluctance she first felt about writing a book.
Book Review Nov 26
rabble staff | Detained and questioned by Canadian border services about her knowledge of the Olympics delaying her arrival, Amy Goodman launched her book to a packed auditorium in Vancouver last night.
Book Review Nov 19
Dave Koch | Fight Back, written by five politically engaged academics who work with Montreal's Immigrant Workers' Centre, helps to counter the exploitation of migrant workers by documenting their struggles.
Book Review Nov 12
Tara Quinn | The image of Norman Bethune sketched by Adrienne Clarkson in this contribution to the Extraordinary Canadians series invokes duality: the guerrilla doctor and the humanist.
Book Review Nov 5
Aaron Leonard | Marx and Engels had no idea what they were setting loose when they wrote The Communist Manifesto -- and they would be the first to admit it. That's the sense you get reading Tariq Ali's new book.
Book Review Nov 2
Jeffrey David Buchanan | Alberta author Myrna Kostash discusses her new book, The Frog Lake Reader, that explores the diaries, memoirs and interviews with historians to provide a perspective on the 1885 massacre at Frog Lake.
Book Review Oct 22
Katie O'Connor | Polyamory, open adoption, mixed marriage, househusbandry, single motherhood -- 18 authors tackle what it means to be a family in the 21st century.
Book Review Oct 16
Meagan Perry | Denise Chong documents the story of Lu Decheng, a small town bus mechanic, imprisoned for thumbing his nose at Mao in her latest book. Chong chats with Meagan Perry in this book lounge interview.
Book Review Oct 8
Kellee Ngan | In a perfect world, this book wouldn't exist. Not because Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere isn't engaging or informative but because it reaffirms that we are still a society at war with our bodies.
Book Review Oct 1
Cara Ng | In her recent book, Bodies, Susie Orbach examines body despair in the Western world, and how our bodies are "made" through the brain's interaction with personal experiences and our environments.
Book Review Sep 24
Charles Demers | In this excerpt from his first novel, Charles Demers invites us into his protagonist Daniel's world in this exchange with his tragicomic landlord and Trotskyist, Gary.
Book Review Sep 17
Joan Baxter | Dambisa Moyo is a young Zambian economist whose runaway bestselling book, Dead Aid: Why Aid is not Working and How there is a Better Way for Africa, has taken the world by storm.
Book Review Sep 10
Jordan Brennan | In Capital As Power an attack is launched on theories of capitalism by focusing on one of the oldest conundrums in the discipline of political economy -- the theory of capital.
Book Review Sep 3
Dave Markland | In his latest book, The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy, Yves Engler has undertaken the ambitious task of fully illuminating that blind spot by cataloguing Canada's crimes abroad.

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