is a part-time illustrator and comics artist ...
Three new plays –Trench Patterns, Shorelines, and Blackout – remind us that the past is prelude to present quandaries.
Sarah Gilbert considers the consequences of gentrification, and how the places we inhabit shape our relationships.
to read the full comic by Jem Woodlidge.
Grescoe shuttles the reader between the foodways of antiquity and the front lines of sustainable agriculture.
As this year draws to a close, we thought we take a moment to reflect back on our reviews this past year and see what resonated most with you all.
A deeply researched, thought-provoking account of the bureaucratic, social, and ethical mess of cannabis legalization.
Montreal-based poet Gail Scott's experimental prose memoir archives the ordinary in the midst of upheaval.
is a freelance writer, illustrator, and comic ...
Chris Oliveros' novel has the potential to become a seminal text in Quebec’s assessment of its bilingual past.
The Fall 2023 Issue of the Montreal Review of Books has hit the stands! Pick it up at your local bookstore, library, or café, or check out it out online here!
is an artist and illustrator currently living in ...