New Book Reviews


August 17, 2018

  • The Way Back Home by Allan Stratton
  • Subject to Change by Karen Nesbitt


August 15, 2018

  • Flightpaths: The Lost Journals of Amelia Earhart by Heidi Greco
  • Defending Darkness by Pamela Porter
  • The Long Walk by Jan Zwicky


August 13, 2018

  • Whatever, Iceberg by Tara-Michelle Ziniuk
  • Same Diff by Donato Mancini


August 10, 2018

  • Everyday Exposure: Indigenous Mobilization and Environmental Justice in Canada’s Chemical Valley by Sarah Marie Wiebe


August 8, 2018

  • Irresponsible Mediums: The Chess Games of Marcel Duchamp by Aaron Tucker
  • Cruise Missile Liberals by Spencer Gordon


August 6, 2018

  • Performance Studies in Canada by Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer


August 3, 2018

  • Descent into Night by Edem Awumey and Phyllis Aronoff
  • If Clara by Martha Baillie


August 1, 2018

  • If Pressed by Andrew McEwan
  • Better Nature by Finn Stewart


July 30, 2018

  • Mapmaker: Philip Turnor in Rupert’s Land in the Age of Enlightenment by Barbara Mitchell


July 27, 2018

  • Brothers by David Clerson
  • Winter Child by Virginia Pésémapéo Bordeleau


July 25, 2018

  • Landfall by Joe Denham
  • A tattered coat upon a stick by Christopher Levenson
  • Siren by Kateri Lanthier


July 23, 2018

  • Asianfail: Narratives of Disenchantment and the Model Minority by Eleanor Ty
  • Asian Canadian Studies Reader by Roland Sintos Coloma and Gordon Pon


July 20, 2018

  • Beautiful Children with Pet Foxes by Jennifer LoveGrove
  • Feel Happier in Nine Seconds by Linda Besner


July 18, 2018

  • The Celery Forest by Catherine Graham
  • Into the Open: Poems New and Selected by Susan McCaslin
  • In Your Words: Translations from the Yiddish and the Hebrew by Seymour Mayne
  • Kids in Triage by Kilby Smith-McGregor


July 16, 2018

  • What is Going to Happen Next by Karen Hoffman
  • Two Roads Home by Daniel Griffin