20×20 collects works and reflections by 20 writers and cartoonists, showcasing the vitality of Canada’s underground art community.
Denise Roig’s Brilliant, a new collection of short stories set in Abu Dhabi, give us a glimpse of class divisions and coping mechanisms for the locals and expats who make up the fast-growing desert metropolis
Celebrated Montreal author Kathleen Winter’s new short story collection, The Freedom in American Songs, burrows into the intricacies of human relationships.
In her quest to promote death positivity, L.A.’s Caitlin Doughty presents a live version of her YouTube series Ask a Mortician for the first time, tomorrow night in Montreal.
Launching in Montreal this week, Sean Michaels’ Us Conductors recounts the story behind one of the world’s weirdest musical instruments.
Words Will Break Cement: The Passion of Pussy Riot is an in-depth and incisive account of an activist art movement, and a political scandal that spurred its own global protest.
Morrissey’s Autobiography is hotly anticipated and already topping many year’s end best book lists. But is it any good?
Young Montreal writer Perrine Leblanc’s award-winning debut novel Kolia gets the translation treatment.
Canadian indie press Biblioasis launches three very different books at Casa tonight, with readings by authors Andrew Steinmetz, Lucie Wilk and Cynthia Flood.
Comics for all! Shigero Mizuki’s Kitaro offers manga-style horror, Lucy Knisley’s Relish celebrates foodieism, and Sarah Burwash’s The Far Woods meditates on rural life.