Book Review Oct 31
 Animals in Translation
Moira Farr | Temple Grandin, co-author of <i>Animals in Translation</i>, is the famous autistic genius whose innovations have made the lives, and deaths, of cows and pigs more bearable. PETA may scoff at anything
Book Review Oct 28
 Decreation: Poetry, Essays, Opera
chris cavanagh | Collage is an art of boundaries and border crossing. In <i> Decreation</i>, Anne Carson does the wee god of the crossroads proud. Something of a trickster, many of Carson's poems and passages have t
Book Review Oct 26
 Iron-On Constellations
Mariko Tamaki | Emily Pohl-Weary's <I>Iron-On Constellations</I> is an eloquent cluster of insights ironed onto small, square pages. Pop star Gwen Stefani may claim to be the fly on the wall with the &#147;secret ey
Book Review Sep 28
 Dragonslippers
Jane Henderson | A new graphic novel, <I>Dragonslippers</I>, deals with one woman's struggle to leave an abusive relationship. Its author, Rosalind B. Penfold, joins in a new tradition, carved in ink by artists befor
Book Review Sep 27
 Water, Inc.
Judy Rebick | And not a drop to drink. In Varda Burstyn's eco-thriller <I>Water, Inc.</I> an American corporate consortium figures out that the best way to corner the market on Canadian water is by convincing the
Book Review Sep 26
 Candy From Strangers
Ilana Stanger-Ross | Are advertisers manipulating children into becoming hapless consumers? Is violent media to blame for teenage aggression? Yes, says Stephen Dale in <I>Candy from Strangers</I>, but by focusing on the

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