It has never been more crucial for game studies and game culture to revisit its “canonical” texts through the intersectional lenses of gender, sexuality, race, and class.
David Helwig, who died on Oct. 16 at 80 after a life marked by multiple debilitating health issues, was one of the most prolific and certainly one of the most versatile Canadian literary figures of the past 50 years.
Edmonton educator and researcher Patti LaBoucane-Benson has been named one of three new appointees to the Canadian senate.
Between the Lines managing editor Amanda Crocker says working with Reiter was never boring.
Bestselling author Naomi Klein has been named the inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies at Rutgers University-New Brunswick in New Jersey.
Dionne Brand, one of the country’s most respected and beloved writers, returns this fall with two books: The Blue Clerk and Theory.
The poet and essayist Canisia Lubrin expresses Uppal’s influence succinctly: “Priscilla Uppal saved me.”
Award-winning children’s book creators Kenneth Oppel and Sydney Smith talk about collaboration on their new title, Inkling – about an inkblot that escapes a sketchbook and shakes up a family of three – as well as tough topics in the book and what they would ask the inkblot to do for them.
Connie Choi, a recent graduate of Toronto’s Sheridan College and a video-game artist for Sticky Brain Studios, talks about her process behind illustrating Annick Press’s video-game series, Cross Ups.
Chronicle Books has collected photographer Caitlin Cronenberg and set designer Jessica Ennis’s secret photo shoots with fascinating female actors into the hardcover collection The Endings: Photographic Stories of Love, Loss, Heartbreak, and Beginning Again.