John Harris “does” G.P. Lainsbury’s long poem, Versions of North, thus establishing Lainsbury as a serious force in B.C. Poetry.
Max Fawcett is on the trail of dinosaurs… and dinosaur hunters.
George Bowering files the second of a series of critical pieces, Pages I Have Trouble With
Brian Fawcett reviews Theresa Kishkan’s new book, and is pleasantly surprised…
What’s the state of post-secondary education in 2011? Stan Persky goes underground to find out.
Gordon Lockheed is disturbed by Johanna Skibsrud’s Giller Prize-winning The Sentimentalists, but not the way the book seemingly wishes to disturb readers.
Marjorie Garber’s book about literature isn’t a decade-defining work of criticism. Stan Persky explains why.
Myrna Kostash searches for a saint on the road to Byzantium. Brian Fawcett traces her pilgrimage.
Brian Fawcett reviews Frank Davey’s book on the Tish Group. He has a few harsh remarks to make.
Tom Rachman’s stories about a newspaper in Rome deftly capture the travails of a dying industry.