Book Review Jan 9
Philippa Mennell | Through photographs and stories Street Stories and Hope in Shadows articulate the larger context contributing to poverty and homelessness in Vancouver.
Book Review Dec 18
Ashifa Kassam | Belonging and Banishment: Being Muslim in Canada is a finely woven collection of essays that presents multiple answers to the question of being Muslim in Canada.
Book Review Dec 17
rabble staff | In time for the relaunch of's website comes The Best of, 2.0, the second collection of this year's most notable original news, analysis, commentary, reviews and interviews.
Book Review Dec 11
Katie O'Connor | In a world dominated by waif-like women and the need for more, Cleavage is a refreshing compilation of stories about strong, young women who yearn to break away from arbitrary beauty ideals.
Book Review Dec 4
Jessica Rose | Teen fiction often reads more like a Brett Easton Ellis novel than a Judy Blume, thankfully, some publishers are offering alternatives to these tales of hyper-consumptive youth.
Book Review Nov 27
Matthew Behrens | Kerry Pither's Dark Days provides an overview of the political and security context in which key Canadian decisions were made to target four men and their families.
Book Review Nov 20
Robin Breon | Solidarity Divided is a candid appraisal of the U.S. trade union movement that draws deep lessons from history while constructively critiquing the present.
Book Review Nov 14
Sally Miller | Food, one of the basic necessities of life, has vast potential as a powerful agent for economic and cultural change. So says Sally Miller in her newly released book, Edible Action.
Book Review Nov 6
Jessica Mills | Jessica Mills, a touring punk musician, silversmith, anarchist and pacifist writes on her experiences as a punk parent.
Book Review Nov 6
Kirsten Marshall | Opting In is a response to the 2004 New York Times Magazine's cover story The Opt-Out Revolution, which discusses the trend of educated American women leaving their careers in favour of motherhood.
Book Review Oct 30
Greg Palast | Hervé Kempf, environment editor of Le Monde, has published a searing critique of environmental devastation at the hands of the "hyper-rich."
Book Review Oct 23
 When and How Was the Jewish People Invented?
Jonathan Cook | No one is more surprised than Shlomo Sand that his latest academic work has spent 19 weeks on Israel's bestseller list — and that success has come to the history professor despite his book chall
Book Review Oct 17
 The Harper Record
Steve Patten | After Tuesday's election, Canadians woke up Wednesday morning to another minority Conservative government. One of the biggest stories to emerge from this election has been the low voter turnout.
Book Review Oct 9
 David Suzuki's Green Guide
Myles Estey | <i>David Suzuki's Green Guide</i> helps the average person wade through the laundry list of options we all face, and make sense of what actions are responsible to our earth. The guide highlights the
Book Review Oct 2
 Bowling Pin Fire
Alan Woo | Lauded for its honesty, compassion and evocative imagery Andy Quan's second collection of poetry, <i>Bowling Pin Fire</i>, explores memory, sexuality and his Chinese Canadian upbringing. Alan Woo cau