“Montreal is home to over 200 studios and publishers with 20,000 folks working in the industry. What makes Montreal different is that it’s an art-first city. It caters to whimsy and imagination, and rewards playfulness.”
We spoke to the husband of late cartoonist Geneviève Castrée about the children’s book she didn’t quite finish.
Author Cecil Castellucci on channeling the drama of sports and opera.
The team behind Hybrid Heaven talks Mark Zuckerberg, urban decay and the publishing game.
The cofounder of Choir! Choir! Choir! on the power of singing together.
Brimming with feel-good tracks and classic rock textures.
The anglo literary scene comes alive this fall as several Montrealers release books with both local and Canadian publishers.
Ottawa performance-punk group Permanent Stains reunite and document their amorphous career with exceptional detail.
Elise Gravel’s new book encourages young readers to put down the fidget spinner and pick up a pencil.
An Artist’s POV of the annual festival of business and innovation.