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.
“Kasatka never got over the separation from her first offspring. Three years after they were separated, trainers recorded Takara’s vocalisations in Florida and played [read on]
Interview with Zach Fraser about Louis Riel, a production based on Chester Brown’s graphic novel that uses two-dimensional puppets.
Faerie is a first person narrative of this young girl who is burdened by the realities of growing up and the expectations that come with it.
“It was so odd just being in the same room as Darcy again. He looked…different. Not like he had a new haircut or a mustache or anything ridiculous like that, but he [read on]
Part autobiography, part memoir, John Parisella’s latest book takes a retrospective look about Quebec politics from the 1970s to the 1990s.
In our final stop around Montreal’s microbookstores, we take a look at some specialty stores around the area that service anything from food to religion.
On another tour of Montreal’s micro bookstores, we stop and have another look at stores owned by some of our French neighbours.
Some more of Montreal’s micro-bookstores. This week: French and international bookstores.
Graphic novel series by one of the world’s most prolific fantasy writer should make your list of must gets this year.
Nisha Coleman’s new book follows her first year and a half as a busker on the streets of Paris, from her precarious arrival in the city to her thriving life.