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 [...]
Yann Martel on the significance of the silenced in new work Beatrice and Virgil.
Montreal author Marianne Ackerman takes us to the real south of France to explore contentious love.
The 12th Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival has something for everyone, from all corners of the world.
Yves Engler's Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid offers a critical examination on Canada-Israel relations.
David Graeber details the 2001 Quebec City protests against the Summit of the Americas in Direct Action.
Winter may encourage reading-related hibernation, but there's plenty of citywide lit activity in the great indoors.
Canadian authors do what they do best, for better or for worse, in a year full of good reads.
In an effort to educate our PM, Yann Martel learns a few lessons of his own in writing What Is Stephen Harper Reading?.
Lori Lansens takes us on an outsider's journey of true compassion and mirthful affirmation in The Wife's Tale.
Naomi Klein's anti-corporate activist handbook makes a comeback - maybe when it's needed most.