John Harris loses his temper at the dooneyscafe.com editors, and then quickly regains control of it. Thus, the editors get what they asked for, and the universe continues to unfold as it should.
John Harris posts a review of Cecil Giscombe’s new book of poems
Renee Rodin isn’t happy about the way Vancouver is going, and she knows why…
Brian Fawcett meets a wise man.
Coming-of-age, coming-to-grief, coming-to-terms in Amos Oz’s tale of love and darkness.
Brian Fawcett is front row centre at the Toronto Fringe Festival.
Max Fawcett examines the comparisons that have been made between Michael Ignatieff and Pierre Trudeau, but finds little of substance to support them.
In Orhan Pamuk’s novel about contemporary Turkey, it’s snowing at the end of the world.
Max Fawcett discovers that up north, names aren’t ever what they seem to be.
Stan Persky reads the war books of a belligerent decade.