Poverty isn’t just an economic category, its also an insidious means of exclusion.
Toronto’s roughest neighbourhoods live on, but mainly in its fiction.
Montreal’s late, great mid-century journal of vice.
How we write ourselves.
A lecture delivered as the “Immortal Memory” address at DaPoPo Theatre’s “Not Quite Burns Night,” January 24, 2020, in Kjipuktuk/Halifax.…
A young bookseller comes of age in a Toronto megastore.
Ralph and Betty Gustafson loved Chinese food. Perhaps there was no Chinese restaurant in North Hatley, the small town in…
I was working in a second-hand bookstore on Toronto’s Queen Street West—still a funky, grungy street in 1982—when someone walked…
Jack London’s epistolary relationship with Canadian socialist agitator Wilfrid Gribble
How Canadian university libraries used the Covid crisis to further limit public access