Book Review Dec 6
Allison Smith | Leslie Kern's latest book, "Feminist City: A Field Guide," is an introductory text on the female urban experience.
Book Review Nov 28
Margeaux Feldman | Carmen Maria Machado's new memoir, "In The Dream House," mirrors the way that trauma fragments our existence and depicts its afterlife in our bodies.
Book Review Nov 21
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Raluca Bejan | New book promises bold new vision for leftist politics but fails to deliver.
Book Review Nov 7
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Bill Blaikie | Segal has woven the history of the Canadian debate about a basic income policy into a book that is part personal memoir, part political memoir, and part political history.
Book Review Oct 24
Ontario Power Generation's Sir Adam Beck Generating Complex. Image: Ontario Power Generation/Adam Beck Complex/Wikimedia Commons
Yutaka Dirks | McQuaig's new book "The Sport and Prey of Capitalists" tells the story of how politicians have gradually ceded our country's public goods to private capital.
Book Review Aug 22
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Mary Rowles | Margaret O'Mara's "The Code"shows that the technological revolution in America didn't emerge from the free market, but floated on a multi-billion dollar sea of postwar defence funding.
Book Review Aug 8
Rohan Ghatage | Whitehead's new novel was spurred by a desire to understand the new American reality inaugurated in the era of Donald Trump.
Book Review Jul 25
The Anglo-Boer war memorial in the grounds of the City Hall, Belfast. Photo: Albert Bridge
Deena Dinat | How do human beings respond to profoundly inhuman events? This questions is at the heart of British author Damian Barr's debut, "You Will Be Safe Here."
Book Review Jul 18
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Christina Turner | Alexandra Kimball's book shows how successive waves of the feminist movement have either ignored or been openly hostile to infertile women.
Book Review Jul 11
Cerrejón mine in Colombia. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | "Organized Violence" is rigorous in its research, scholarly while still being accessible, hard-hitting, and emotionally powerful.
Book Review Jul 4
Marisa Grizenko | Awad's first novel satirizes creative writing programs, but offers little in the way of a redemptive vision.
Book Review Jun 27
Margeaux Feldman | "Pleasure activism" encourages those working for social justice to embrace pleasure -- in all its forms -- as a revolutionary act.
Book Review Jun 13
Jenn Cole | The Ktunaxa poet's debut collection offers detailed impressions about what makes up a home, trans/2S sexuality and consent, and overcoming alcoholism.
Book Review Jun 6
Image: "Treaty Number Seven," painting by Bruce A. Stapleton. Chief Crowfoot addresses Commissioner David Laird seated at the centre and Commissioner James Macleod seated to his left. Jean L’Heureux stands beside Macleod. Source: Saskatoon Public Library Local History Room/Glenbow-Alberta Archives, NA-40-1
Sarah Boivin | Sheldon Krasowski's dense history uses primary documents and eyewitness accounts to further prove what First Nations have always insisted: their lands were never surrendered to the Crown.
Book Review May 30
David Gaertner | "river woman," Vermette's second poetry collection, will appeal to those who love nature poetry, aesthetic interventions into politics, or the storied river itself.

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