T. A. Wellington reviews Garth Stein’s novel “A Sudden Light”.
Rose and Windy, best friends, always go to Awago for their summer, staying in their summer cottages. But this year will be different. Between hiding under blankets while [read on]
“One of the reasons Hamilton found the word democracy so offensive was because he realized that the vast majority of American citizens had not the dimmest understanding of [read on]
“He laughed to free his mind from his mind’s bondage.” James Joyce, Ulysses, 1922 T. A. Wellington (TW): How did you first get acquainted with Joyce’s [read on]
For the second year in a row, we asked the writers here over at Montreal Rampage what was their favourite book(s) that they read over this past year. Here are their [read on]
Ideas in need of supporters can be found at annual book fair about social justice and anarchy.
Meags Fitzgerald talks about Long Red Hair, why she learned to draw ambidextrously, and shares 20 pieces of advice for aspiring writers.
Review of Johanna Lane’s novel, “Black Lake”.
There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
Interview with Joseph Boyden a special opportunity to hear about his craft and bask in his optimism.
With many free events, the annual Blue Metropolis is a chance to meet authors, listen to intelligent discourse, and get in touch with the local and international lit scenes.
T. A. Wellington reviews “Rain Reign” by Ann M. Martin, a children’s book about a girl and a dog.