Book Review Jul 4
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Charles Demers | Revolutionarily, Anne Stone&#226;e(TM)s brilliant story of a missing teenager subverts and inverts the missing-women paradigm completely by making the missing themselves into the <I>archetypes</I> of
Book Review Jun 28
 Holding the Bully's Coat Canada and the U.S. Empire
Linda McQuaig | The senior ranks of the Canadian Forces and the department of National Defence have long been frustrated by the Canadian public&#226;e(TM)s fondness for peacekeeping and the UN, and have pushed for b
Book Review Jun 27
rabble book lounge staff | We at <I>rabble</i> have decided to join with Palestinian solidarity activists in their boycott of the Chapters/Indigo family of companies. As a result, we will no longer be publicizing events takin
Book Review Jun 21
 Speaking in tongues: PEN Canada writers in exile
Alex Samur | The first anthology of its kind, <I>Speaking in tongues: PEN Canada writers in exile</I> provides insight into the immutable realities of life as both a new Canadian and a writer in exile. The anthol
Book Review Jun 14
 Cowboy in Caracas: A North American&#226;e(TM)s Memoir of Venezuela&#226;e(TM)s Democratic Revolution
Derrick O'Keefe | Missing in the action of the battle of Bush vs. Chavez is the context that gave rise to what is today arguably the world&#226;e(TM)s most radical and significant political movement. The world knows p
Book Review Jun 7
 Sacred Games
Manmohan Panesar | <i>Sacred Games</i> is anything but a straightforward crime story. The tale of the dead crime boss is revealed slowly in a confessional that tracks his rise to power, his triumphs and his failures.
Book Review May 31
 The Mole Chronicles
Rebecca Silver Slayter | Genetically predisposed toward malignant moles, <i>The Mole Chronicles</i>'s unnamed narrator and his sister, Lesley, are warned by their dermatologist to be cautious &#226;e" of the sun, of changin
Book Review May 25
 Ghost Plane: the inside story of the CIA&#226;e(TM)s secret rendition programme
Matt Carr | <I>Ghost Plane</I> exposes Kafkaesque world of kidnapping, torture and official lies and deceit, in which terrorist suspects are snatched off the streets by the representatives of the world&#226;e(TM
Book Review May 15
Ron Nurwisah | Take a detour this summer from the Canadian literary giants and try someone new. Three first-time novelists Get in the head of a small town slacker, in Joanne Proulx's <I>Anthem of a Reluctant Proph
Book Review May 10
 Nobody&#226;e(TM)s Mother: Life Without Kids
Zo&#195;&#171; Druick | <I>Nobody&#226;e(TM)s Mother: Life Without Kids</I> &#226;e" This collection of essays and one poem, edited by Lynne Van Luven and prefaced by CBC personality Shelagh Rogers, presents the personal st
Book Review May 9
rabble staff | On Monday, May 14th at 6:00 p.m. PT (9:00 p.m. ET) author Kyo Maclear will discuss her critically acclaimed new novel <I>The Letter Opener</I> (HarperCollins Canada) in &#226;eoeavatar&#226;e form a
Book Review May 2
 The Deserter&#226;e(TM)s Tale: The Story of an Ordinary Soldier Who Walked Away from the War In Iraq
Derrick O'Keefe | <I>The Deserter&#226;e(TM)s Tale</I> is the first memoir of a combatant in the U.S. war on Iraq; it&#226;e(TM)s the story of Oklahoma-born war-resister Joshua Key as told to the acclaimed Canadian wr
Book Review Apr 26
Lisa Rundle | Spoken-word artist, writer and professor emeritus of No-Knowledge College, Naila Keleta Mae is a woman to watch. Or, rather, to listen to. For national poetry month, Mae has squared off against her p
Book Review Apr 25
 So Long Been Dreaming: Post-colonial science fiction and fantasy
Ghislaine Alleyne | &#226;eoeOne of the most familiar memes ofscience fiction," writes sci-fi author and co-editor of <I>So Long Been Dreaming</I> Nalo Hopkinson, "is that of going to foreigncountries and colonizing the
Book Review Apr 19
rabble staff | Here's to author Yann Martel who told Stephen Harper this week that he needs more stillness in his life, for reflection, you see. And that he needs <i>to read</i>: "For as long as Stephen Harper is P

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