Non-Fiction

The Rebel Scribe

The Rebel Scribe

Christopher Neal's biography of radical journalist Carleton Beals is an epic tale of adventure, romance, and revolution.

By Malcolm Fraser

Sina Queyras’ Rooms

Sina Queyras’ Rooms

Sina Queyras' Rooms is an exploration of the kinds of circumstances that make a writing life possible.

By Aishwarya Singh

Nora Loreto’s Spin Doctors

Nora Loreto’s Spin Doctors

Nora Loreto encourages us to be critical of current responses to ongoing waves of COVID-19.

By Athina Khalid

The Fire That Time

The Fire That Time

Editors Ronald Cummings and Nalini Mohabir discuss their collection on the 1969 Sir George Williams occupation.

By Erin MacLeod

Saving the City

Saving the City

Daniel Sanger’s personal history is a meticulous yet immensely readable chronicle of the evolution of Projet Montréal.

By Taylor C. Noakes

Photogenic Montreal

Photogenic Montreal

This essay collection artfully demonstrates a city haunted by its own histories.

By Sofia Di Gironimo

Diminished Faculties

Diminished Faculties

Sterne argues that living is defined by “the experience of resistance of the world to one’s actions.”

By Jon Victor

Can’t Help Falling

Can’t Help Falling

Can’t Help Falling is an intimate and companionable read.

By Meaghan Thurston