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Christine Smith (McFarlane) | New collection "In This Together: Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation" describes what reconciliation can mean to the individual. But are words enough? Our reviewer says it's time for action.
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Clarissa Fortin | In Ramprend, women come of age and lose one leg to a saw. Why? Delve into Huey Helene Alcaro's dystopian world of religious fervor and gender roles run amok.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Does urban cycling strike a chord of fear in you? Fear not, Yvonne Bambrick's Urban Cycling Survival Guide will show you the rules of the road and how to put them to good use.
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Jeff Miller | Montreal publisher Drawn & Quarterly is now widely regarded as the best publisher of literary comics in the world. Let's take a look back on how they got there and what has made them so, so great.
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Lauren Scott | Jesse Gilmour explores the father-son relationship in the most extreme of terms. What will a father do for a son, and what will a son ask of a father?
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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.
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Mercedes Allen | A collection of autobiographical vignettes, sketches and essays capture the moments of Ivan E. Coyote's and Rae Spoon's navigation through ill-fitting gender rules, roles and assumptions.
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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.
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Kiley Turner | Eight of Canada's most esteemed book junkies reveal their picks for Canadian reads they just couldn't put down this summer.
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Jessica Rose | 'Everything Is So Political' is a series of contemporary short stories written by Canadian writers that is rooted in the question "What makes something political?" and subsequent answer "Everything."
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Sarah Sheard | Author Sarah Sheard weaves an eccentric story of a reincarnated Bertolt Brecht in the midst of the G-20 Summit and his reflections on 1930s fascism.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Author Richard Van Camp discusses his writing, his meaning of Aboriginal Fiction and how Idle No More has affected Indigenous sovereignty and Canadian identity.