Book Review May 2
Bill Blaikie | This new graphic novel, by The Graphic History Collective and David Lester, is an educational addition to all the ways that the 100th Anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike is being marked.
Book Review Apr 25
Yutaka Dirks | Donald Gutstein's well-researched new book is a deep dive into the strategies that Canadian oil companies and their friends have implemented to prevent political action and reverse catastrophe.
Book Review Mar 28
Tania Ehret | Megan Gail Coles's debut novel tells a story of violence and hope set during an epic Newfoundland blizzard.
Book Review Mar 21
Sheila Giffen | Ian Williams' compelling intergenerational novel imagines the many ways -- both life-giving and destructive -- that we reproduce.
Book Review Mar 14
Dionne Brand at Calgary's Wordfest in 2018
Madeleine Reddon | "What the Poets Are Doing" is a delightful little collection of interviews between contemporary Canadian poets.
Book Review Mar 7
Jessica Rose | While it's a strong introduction to how desire and power work in heterosexual relationships, Lili Boisvert's new book is light on evidence.
Book Review Feb 7
Mary Rowles | In Sarah Churchwell's new book, the Trump presidency appears less an aberration than a waystation on the long American road to a shared national philosophy.
Book Review Feb 1
Tavleen Purewal | Brand's complex new novel explores how academic theory measures up to knowledge of the body and heart.
Book Review Jan 17
Phillip Dwight Morgan | David Austin's new book tells the story of the 1968 Congress of Black Writers in Montreal.
Book Review Jan 10
Marisa Grizenko | Miriam Toews's novel chronicles the agonizing decision faced by a group of Mennonite women following the revelation of sexual assaults in their community.
Book Review Nov 8
Jessica Rose | Louise Toupin's new book, "Wages for Housework," is a much-needed documentation of a an international feminist movement that is largely unknown.
Book Review Oct 11
Meg Borthwick | The individuals portrayed in Catriona Wright's debut short story collection are not unlike our flawed selves, as viewed through a kaleidoscope.
Book Review Oct 4
Yutaka Dirks | Lars Osberg's "The Age of Increasing Inequality" is a valuable read for those hoping to make sense of inequality, as well as the arguments advanced by economists about the problem.
Book Review Sep 13
Niranjana Iyer | "Educated" chronicles Westover's journey from harsh survivalist childhood to Cambridge PhD.
Book Review Sep 5
Annie Lowrey, economic policy reporter and author of 'Give People Money'
Rohan Ghatage | In her new book, Annie Lowrey crafts a convincing, left-leaning account for why UBI needs to be seriously considered as a means of lifting the world's most destitute well above the poverty line.