Chef Louie Deligianis shares his personal recipe and pasta-making skills, saying, “Anyone can do it.”
A fun space-tourism story, a meditation on gender, fatherhood and masculinity and an inter-generational epic spanning space and time.
A coming-of-age story evoking #MeToo concerns, an unhinged tale of a fictional medieval fiefdom and a novel about killer sludge hitting Toronto’s luxury condo scene.
“A lot of the comedy I did when I first started was, like, clean sets — halal standup. Muslims loved jokes about politics and religion, but if you talked about sex, they were uncomfortable. And then I would go to the comedy club and they loved material about politics and sex, but if you talked about religion, they were uncomfortable.”
A fun fake biography, the story of a VR game recreating the experience of being haunted by your ex and the misadventures of the daughter of famous punks.
We spoke with Canadian singer-songwriter star Leslie Feist about her new album Multitudes, the childhood roots of her signature sound and how dropping out of the Arcade Fire tour was the right thing to do.
“There’s absolutely a creative energy in Montreal. You could feel a sort of vibrancy. Montreal buildings are all painted on, and I always thought that was a good indication of a creative city, a city that likes artists.”
The author and Montreal ex-pat answers our questions about Exquisite Mariposa.
An interview with the Montreal-born author ahead of the hometown launch of Bunny.