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Book Review
May 8, 2014

'Craftivism' puts the optimism and whimsy back in activism

Betsy Greer
How do you express your activism? What if you did it through yarn-bombing, sewing or ceramics? Well then you would fit right in with the craftivism crowd! Check out these three stories of craftivism.
Blog
Mar 6, 2014
Photo: flickr/snow0810

Are you Pro or Con Canada Reads?

Kaitlin McNabb
Canada Reads has become one of the most polarizing topics in CanLit. It creates exposure, but at the expensive of comparing art. Well, looks like we have to make a pro/con list.
Book Lounge - Best sellers
Story Publish Date: 
Wed, 06/26/2013

Type Books

Summary: 
Type Books is a community-minded bookstore in Toronto that celebrates authors and readers with creative writing programs, book events and reading enjoyment programs.
#1 Title: 
TaiPei
#2 Author: 
Tao Lin
#2 Title: 
Caught
#2 Author: 
Lisa Moore
#3 Title: 
Snow White in New York
#3 Author: 
Fiona French
#4 Title: 
Natural Order
#4 Author: 
Brian Francis
#5 Title: 
Consumed
#5 Author: 
Sarah Elton
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Book Lounge - Best sellers
Story Publish Date: 
Tue, 05/21/2013

Spartacus Books

Summary: 
Spartacus Books is a nonprofit, volunteer-run bookstore and resource centre located on the edge of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and has recently survived a "renoviction" attempt as well!
#1 Title: 
The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book
#2 Author: 
Gord Hill
#2 Title: 
Witness to Wilderness
#2 Author: 
Howard Breen-Needham, Sandy Frances Duncan and Deborah Ferens
#3 Title: 
Why We Write: Conversations with African Canadian Poets and Novelists
#3 Author: 
H. Nigel Thomas
#4 Title: 
Punk Rules OK
#4 Author: 
Chris Walter
#5 Title: 
Disability Politics and Theory
#5 Author: 
A.J. Withers
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