Stan Persky reads up on Old Europe’s recent history.
John Harris looks at the novels of Vancouver writer Grant Buday
Tom Sandborn reviews a book on one of the uglier phenomena associated with globalization
Stan Persky goes to the Xmas show.
Gordon Lockheed review Diary of a Lake, edited by John Harris and Vivien Lougheed
Brian Fawcett starts off to review George Bowering’s His Life, but it turns into something more like an appreciation of a very gifted poet’s character
John Harris makes a non-devotional analysis of Matt Cohen’s Typing
Brian Panhuyzen reviews last year’s GG & Giller winning novel
Stan Persky reviews a new book on post-war American fiction
John Harris discusses art, artiness and the overabundance of cliches in the novels of Jane Urquhart, and adds a couple of critical innovations of his own to conventional literary analysis