Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda wrote a passionate ode to the humble onion, acknowledging its importance as a staple […]
Easily Fooled, by H. Nigel Thomas Guernica Editions, 2021, 293 pages It does not matter how sharp and […]
One Madder Woman, a novel by Dede Crane Freehand Books, 2020, 360 pages The year is 1858, the place, […]
Dubois’ visual work has interesting parallels to her writing
indeed, her keen sense of mortality heightens an anxiety-edged but ecstatic awareness that this is it
It is a celebration of the oral and spiritual traditions of the first poets of what today is known as the United States of America
experimental poetry communicates changing times while remaining timeless
Run J Run, Sokol’s latest novel, was published in May this year by Renaissance Press, a publishing company […]
Radius Islamicus by Julian Samuel, Guernica Editions, 2018 “The radius islamicus is the farthest distance a camel part is […]
Promises for compensation are made and broken as a matter of course.
“A poisonous, crucial element of this imposed expectation is that brown people and their books should look back, into a past and a place that may never have existed.”
Who is (are?) the actual culprit(s?) in both books and in the film? Please do not consider my initial question as a provocation, but as something to be taken literally, although ironically so.
Chew-Bose invites us to meander with her through her thoughts and live with her reflections on a wide variety of subjects touching on relationships, art, movies, music.
“Canada has seldom been a benevolent international actor. “
Nelly Arcand, Breakneck, Anvil Press, 2015, 223 pages. Translation by Jacob Homel Nelly Arcand was a shooting star […]
This is an adaptation of the presentation I gave at the launch of the English-language edition of Gabriel […]