Lauren Beck’s book is as much about Canada’s past and present as it is about the country’s future.
By Taionrén:hote Dan David
Stanley Péan combines his considerable knowledge of jazz history with his talent for editorial fact-finding.
Toula Drimonis' We, the Others is a declaration, with evidence, that allophones and immigrants do belong here.
Letters from Montreal is a collaged portrait of a mythical city.
Pal’s book serves as an overdue account of what it truly means to grow up within the nuances of multiculturalism.
Steven High's Deindustrializing Montreal is a must-read for anyone seeking a better understanding of the how and the why of contemporary Montreal.
This memoir of Montreal rock glory is a fast and bumpy ride whose driver does not take his foot off the gas pedal.
Christopher Neal's biography of radical journalist Carleton Beals is an epic tale of adventure, romance, and revolution.
Martha Wainwright's new memoir formed an almost mythical chapter of its own in the author’s life.
By Patricia Gélinas Boushel
Aaron Vansintjan and his co-authors argue that growth is at the root of drastic inequality on global and local levels.
Sina Queyras' Rooms is an exploration of the kinds of circumstances that make a writing life possible.
Late-Life Homelessness is the product of ten years of Amanda Grenier’s research.