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.
The team behind Hybrid Heaven talks Mark Zuckerberg, urban decay and the publishing game.
Cookbooks are like art books — people like to have a physical copy.
We spoke to local Haitian artist Gandhi Delsoin about his darkly satirical work Kissaten.
We spoke to author Claude Lalumière, a pillar of the Canadian fantastic literature scene, about his latest collection.
The new book Food Trucks, Cultural Identity and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobsta Love includes a chapter on Montreal.
We spoke to the British novelist about her latest work, Swing Time, ahead of her appearance in Montreal.
Guillaume Morissette’s new novel is a gut-busting, gender-bending romp.
The anglo literary scene comes alive this fall as several Montrealers release books with both local and Canadian publishers.