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 [...]
The Tyranny of Rights offers a unique examination of human rights discourse and where it goes wrong.
Take a holiday from the flickering screen and settle into a noteworthy novel and some comfortable Cancon.
Karen Connelly's Burmese Lessons: A Love Story travels deep into the embattled zone where personal meets political.
In Corked, Kathryn Borel Jr.'s French wine-country research trip with her father becomes a fortified lesson in relating.
John Bemrose's The Last Woman contemplates the many sides of nature through a very Canadian love triangle.
Wobblies and Zapatistas recounts a radical history and connects activist political movements and generations.
Just-announced GG finalist Michael Crummey's Galore makes Newfoundland magic.
M.J. Hyland's This Is How and Joe Pernice's It Feels So Good When I Stop balance the reaches of the emotional spectrum.
Religious thinker and Yiddish language typesetter Peter Manseau looks poetically at Jewish Russia in Songs for the Butcher's Daughter.
Cozy up with the comfort of the spoken written word at the city's varied literary events.