A new issue of Vallum magazine and A.F. Moritz’s Art of Surgery launch this weekend.
We spoke to author Serah-Marie McMahon about Killer Style and the legacy of her magazine WORN.
At We Are The Lightthe underrepresented become the presented, and the presenters.
In which local “professional piss-taker” Joe Bagel claps back at Elon Musk in iambic pentameter.
Adapted from her wildly popular Instagram comic of the same name, Aminder Dhaliwal’s Woman World posits an extraordinarily funny post-apocalyptic future where men don’t exist anymore.
Stand #753 at the Salon du Livre de Montréal is your go-to place for English-language literature.
Writer and prominent internetter Anne T. Donahue’s debut essay collection, like the author herself, is bracingly honest, often hilarious and generally compelling.
Right around the time the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist was being officially revealed, Heather O’Neill was unofficially revealing it in a way more colourful way.
We spoke to the husband of late cartoonist Geneviève Castrée about the children’s book she didn’t quite finish.
Mad Skills, a book by Montreal music journalist Ryan Diduck, recounts the creation and continuing influence of the Musical Instrument Digital Interface.