Filmmaker Michelle Latimer on helming adaptations of Eden Robinson’s Trickster series and Thomas King’s The Inconvenient Indian.
To commemorate God Loves Hair’s 10th anniversary, Shraya is re-releasing the collection in hardcover with a new story, new artwork by the book’s illustrator, Juliana Neufeld, and a foreword by author Cherie Dimaline.
Richard Gwyn, whose political knowledge, acumen, and access were astounding, died on Aug. 15 at the age of 86.
Amanda Lastoria’s research at Vancouver’s Simon Fraser University used Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to explore how book design influences the way a reader constructs meaning.
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As an 18-year-old, Boucher was recruited by a charismatic band of young people to join the Unification movement, which she eventually came to recognize as a cult.
Sherrill Grace, an officer of the Order of Canada, on Timothy Findley’s prescient plague writing.
Writer and environmentalist Silver Donald Cameron was the unofficial laureate of D’Escousse on the southern edge of Cape Breton.
Q&Q spotlights a few of the exciting new voices you may have missed.
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