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 [...]
Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall's super, and natural, inspiration for new novel Ghosted.
Carole Enahoro's Doing Dangerously Well throws us into the wild middle of an environmental and individual crisis.
In Ilustrado, innovative Montreal-based author Miguel Syjuco ignites new thought on the Philippines.
In her new book, Nomad, Ayaan Hirsi Ali engages hearts and minds with reason - and even religion.
Even if you're stuck in the city this summer - hey, it's a pretty nice place - go far, far away with a good book.
Summer Literary Seminars bring writers from Montreal and around the world together in their art.
Steven Heighton turns a real-life incident in the mountains of Tibet into a fascinating read in Every Lost Country.
Montreal poet Kaie Kellough is inspired, by our diverse past, to understand our rapidly changing future.
Nicholas Ruddock spices up the sex lives of wanna-be doctors in comedy-thriller The Parabolist.
Palestinian doctor and educator Izzeldin Abuelaish calls for a new peace in I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor's Journey.