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 [...]
Anne Michaels talks about the 10 contemplative years it took to write her latest novel, The Winter Vault.
Montreal stars in former CTV anchor Bill Haughland's new mystery novel, Mobile 9.
Vanessa Farquharson documents her year of eco-friendly changes, and how she stuck to them, in Sleeping Naked Is Green.
Chuck Palahniuk's newest novel, the disturbing-meets-hilarious Pygmy, gives a vaguely foreign teenage terrorist his say. Plus, video of Chuck in comedic action!.
Jonathan Goldstein testifies on humour, truth and some guy named God in biblical retelling Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!.
Claire Holden Rothman's The Heart Specialist adds fictional flair to one woman's role in Montreal medical history.
Small is beautiful in Papercut Heart by Montreal-based author, artist and zine-maker Ian Sullivan Cant.
Mexico Unconquered uncovers a side of Mexican social and political movements little seen north of two borders.
Montreal writer Ann Charney's latest book, Distantly Related to Freud, is a different kind of coming of age story.
From home and away, authors find words for what matters at the 11th Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival.