The anglo literary scene comes alive this fall as several Montrealers release books with both local and Canadian publishers.
Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clément, Xavier Dolan and Antoine-Olivier Pilon at Cannes 2014 It won’t come as a surprise to anyone who saw Mommy and/or watches award shows that Xavier Dolan and his crew of actors (Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clément, Antoine-Olivier Pilon) almost swept the film categories — almost because Jay Baruchel sits atop the Best […]
Celebrated Montreal author Kathleen Winter’s new short story collection, The Freedom in American Songs, burrows into the intricacies of human relationships.
In her new novel The Girl Who Was Saturday Night, the author who was voted #4 Best Living Author in the Best of MTL readers poll continues to depict this city’s magic.
Launching in Montreal this week, Sean Michaels’ Us Conductors recounts the story behind one of the world’s weirdest musical instruments.
The Montreal writer, of Said the Gramophone fame, tells us about his forthcoming debut novel (about the invention of the theremin!), and the storytelling event he’s involved in this week.