Stéphane Larue’s novel offers a rare, nuanced glimpse behind the curtain of Montreal restaurant culture
Mad Skills, a book by Montreal music journalist Ryan Diduck, recounts the creation and continuing influence of the Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
Guillaume Morissette’s new novel is a gut-busting, gender-bending romp.
The Quebec theatre icon adapts his autobiographical hit play into an illustrated book.
We interviewed the L.A. comedian ahead of her Montreal show this week.
An interview with Kier-La Janisse about her book of essays on the widespread hysteria over supposed Satanism in culture, from the U.S. to Quebec.
The Swans band member, multi-instrumentalist and writer is playing his first ever show as a solo artist in Montreal this weekend.
Women in Clothes collects diverse and complicated reflections on fashion, style and taste from over 600 famous and average women.
We spoke to Cinema Politica’s director of programming, Ezra Winton, about their 10-year anniversary event and book launch.