250 Canadian Literature
(2022)

Editorial

Opinions & Notes

Book Reviews

Waiting with Wayman (p. 147-148)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Watching a Man Break a Dog's Back by Tom Wayman

Book(s) Reviewed

  • This Cleaving and This Burning by J. A. Wainwright

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Theatre of Regret: Literature, Art, and the Politics of Reconciliation in Canada by David Gaertner

Book(s) Reviewed

  • ‘Membering Austin Clarke by Paul Barrett

Storying Resurgence (p. 155-157)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Performing Turtle Island by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber, Kathleen Irwin and Moira Day
  • Literatures, Communities, and Learning: Conversations with Indigenous Writers by Aubrey Hanson

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Recognition and Revelation: Short Nonfiction Writings by Nora Foster Stovel

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Political Adaptation in Canadian Theatre by Kailin Wright

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Ce qui reste sans contour by Sonia-Sophie Courdeau

In Care of Thee (p. 164-166)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Blaze Island by Catherine Bush

Can We See Him Yet? (p. 167-169)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Tiff: A Life of Timothy Findley by Sherrill Grace

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Outlasting the Weather: Selected and New Poems 1994-2020 by Patrick Friesen
  • The Whole Singing Ocean by Jessica Moore

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Dirty Words: Selected Poems 1997-2016 by Carmine Starnino

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Dearly by Margaret Atwood

Ties That Unbind (p. 178-179)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Ridgerunner by Gil Adamson

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Here the Dark: A Novella and Stories by David Bergen

Book(s) Reviewed

  • How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Five Little Indians by Michelle Good
  • Indians on Vacation by Thomas King

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Cautiously Hopeful: Metafeminist Practices in Canada by Marie Carrière

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Carrying the Burden of Peace: Reimagining Indigenous Masculinities Through Story by Sam McKegney