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Book Review
Mar 18, 2010

Canada's zionist roots

Yves Engler
Yves Engler recounts the players, religious and political motivations behind Canada's zionist past in this excerpt from Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid.
Book Review
Mar 12, 2010

James Hansen's climate reckoning

Al Engler
James Hansen has been attempting to convince governments of the threat posed by carbon dioxide emissions since the 1980s. In his first book, he defends the science behind human-caused climate change.
Book Review
Mar 4, 2010

Mapping feminism

Jessica Rose
Girldrive inspires readers to define feminism and womanhood for themselves, and get behind the wheel, ready to change the world.
Book Review
Feb 25, 2010

The black American dream

Daniel Tseghay
In Dreaming Blackness, Melanye T. Price courses through the history of scholarly thought on the black American experience.
Book Review
Feb 18, 2010

A poetic call to action

Jorge Antonio Vallejos
Salimah Valiani, a queer activist of colour, brings readers to different places with very different views on what it is to educate and challenge through poetry, letters and memoir.
Book Review
Feb 11, 2010

Downtown Eastside dreams

Megan Stewart
A Thousand Dreams tells the grim stories of missing women, sardine and cat food diets, illness and the crippled support systems that struggle to manage life in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
Book Review
Feb 5, 2010

What's the skinny on self-publishing?

Alex Samur
Radio book lounge goes underground to explore some unconventional forms of publishing and asks Vancouver-based author Robert Chaplin about his experiences self-publishing.
Podcast
Feb 5, 2010

Episode 27 - The art of publishing

radio book lounge
Vancouver-based author Robert Chaplin discusses his art, books and alternative forms of publishing.
Blog
Feb 1, 2010

Margaret Atwood at Davos

rabble staff
Margaret Atwood's speech about the importance of arts in the world economy was cut due to time constraints at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week. Here's the text from her speech.

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