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Podcast
Oct 18, 2016

Lawrence Hill on his novel, 'The Illegal'

Needs No Introduction
From Octopus Books in Ottawa, author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice talks to Lawrence Hill about his novel "The Illegal."
Blog
Mar 13, 2013
Photo: jessica @ flickr/Flickr

Truth is stranger than fiction

Elizabeth May
Given the pathetic state of the national news media, it may be that the clearest truth about what is happening in Ottawa will come from our fiction.
Blog
Nov 26, 2012

Adventures on the eBook Frontier: Dispatch 14

Cathi Bond
Andrea Douglas
Greg Ioannou
Success! I rewrote the last two chapters of Night Town, and the editor Andrea Douglas is happy with it. There was much dancing with joy.
Book Review
Oct 11, 2012
Alif the Unseen

Alif the Unseen: Imagining the Arab Spring

Amira Elghawaby
Alif the Unseen brings together the mystical elements of Islam and the hardcore digital age that helped topple dictators in the Middle East.
Book Review
Aug 16, 2012

The Chelsea Papers: An ebook experiment

Niranjana Iyer
The Chelsea Papers, an ebook by Toronto writer, Nathaniel G. Moore, is hard to summarize in a single-sentence precis. To start, it's a surrealist erotic novella about sea monsters. Read on for more!
Book Review
Jun 16, 2011

The Art of Trespassing: Contested geographies

Noreen Mae Ritsema
The contributors to this anthology take the ancient art of trespassing to new levels by questioning and transgressing not only personal boundaries, but society's as well.
Book Review
Aug 5, 2010

Van Camp spins tales from the North

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
Richard Van Camp's new collection of short fiction brings stories from the North to the rest of Turtle Island.
Book Review
May 27, 2010
Walt Whitman's Secret

Walt Whitman's Canadian cult

Alex Samur
Alex Samur chats with George Fetherling about his latest novel Walt Whitman's Secret and the impact the American poet had on Canadians.

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