Suspense, sex, murder, and intrigue combine to create new book, video, and song project A Bedtime Story.
Neil Gaiman’s latest is a journey into the magic of childhood and its contrast with the rationality of adults.
Forget Random House. Alternative press is where it’s at!
Book about quantum physics from the CBC Massey lectures reviewed here.
Michael Bakouch’s polaroid-style photo journal of lovely Monastiraki in Mile End.
Short story collection by former news anchor captures broad segment of society.
Sappyforever Vol. 1 celebrates seven years of Sackville’s Sappyfest with photos and words, evoking the transformative nature of this festival.
This book about books is loosely based on Kafka’s The Castle and highly self aware.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
Never one to shy away from difficult subjects, Diaz’ This is How You Lose Her is a tour de force of language while presenting realistic and complex relationships.
We went to Expozine and this is what we found there.