Piknic Électronik will be celebrating its 10th season this summer, with 20 events featuring over 100 acts from May 20 to September 30. From the press release: “Those who remember [...]
Jane Urquhart writes Sanctuary Line from the back of her head and not even she sees the surprise ending.
Artist and writer Lynda Barry gets to the heart of humanity in her new book Picture This.
So many books, not enough time - pare the list down to those for whom Montreal is muse.
The Trouble With Billionaires fights for equality and makes small change out of big finance.
For those looking to escape everyday drama or dive deeper, Hour recommends some daring reads.
The Story of Crass traces the creative history and social-activist roots of the U.K. punk rockers.
Mordecai Richler conquers the world - again - with new Charles Moran biography.
Workplace satire Heaven Is Small and riveting family memoire What Disturbs Our Blood mine the psyche.
Montreal writer Kent Stetson flies us to the Old World, New Arcadia and beyond in The World Above the Sky.
Bret Easton Ellis outdoes himself in the bleak and black Imperial Bedrooms.