Selected Book Reviews

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Book(s) Reviewed

  • North to Bondage: Loyalist Slavery in the Maritimes by Harvey Armani Whitfield
  • Blackening Canada: Diaspora, Race, Multiculturalism by Paul Barrett

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Telling Truths: Storying Motherhood by Sheena Wilson and Diana Davidson

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Vestiges by Jeff Derksen
  • School by Jen Currin
  • Pluck by Laisha Rosnau
Subjects: Feminism, Gender, Poetry

Book(s) Reviewed

  • My Shoes Are Killing Me by Robyn Sarah
  • He Leaves his Face in the Funeral Car by Arleen Paré
  • Al Pittman: Collected Poems by Michael Crummey
Subjects: Poetry

Book(s) Reviewed

  • In the Interval of the Wave: Prince Edward Island Women's Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Life Writing by Mary McDonald-Rissanen
  • Beyond the Journey: Women's Stories of Settlement and Community Building in Canada by Althea Prince

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Social History of Ideas in Quebec, 1760-1896 by Yvan Lamonde, Howard Scott and Phyllis Aronoff

Book(s) Reviewed

  • If We Were Birds by Erin Shields
  • So Many Doors by Celia McBride
  • The Nuttalls by Michael Healey
  • Theatres in the Round: Multi-Ethnic, Indigenous, and Intertextual Dialogues in Drama by Marc Maufort and Dorothy Figueira
  • Tonight at the Tarragon: A Critic’s Anthology by Kamal Al-Solaylee
Subjects: Drama

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Canada and the World by Kathryn Walker and Will Kymlicka

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Civilizing the Wilderness: Culture and Nature in Pre-Confederation Canada and Rupert's Land by A. A. den Otter
  • Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century by Neil S. Forkey

Book(s) Reviewed

  • the bridge from day to night by David Zieroth
  • Neighbours by W. H. New
  • Maunder by Claire Kelly
  • Believing is not the same as Being Saved by Lisa Martin
Subjects: Poetry