Why we shouldn’t be so quick to eulogize the daily newspaper.
Brian Fawcett reads a strange and readable book.
Stan Persky considers literary endgames.
Margaret Randall casts a worried eye on the direction that the birds are flying.
Norbert Ruebsaat on fathers and sons.
Stan Persky reads George Stanley’s Vancouver: A Poem, and thinks about “The darkness of the mind & the darkness of death, / & in between the bright day, bright city.”
John Harris examines Conrad Black’s treatment of F.D.R. and finds some surprises.
Brian Fawcett on nervously believing in Obama.
Stan Persky reads Canada’s 2008 novel of the year, and meets some odd birds.
Stan Persky reads Paul Krugman’s new book about the collapse of capitalism, and sees a ghost.