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April 10, 2006
Novel Ambitions
A short list of politicians who write
By Alec Scott
April 7, 2006
Prize Fighters
Sizing up the Griffin Poetry Prize finalists
By Barbara Carey
April 6, 2006
Brother's Keeper
Ken Dornstein memorializes his brother in The Boy Who Fell Out of the Sky
By Alec Scott
March 30, 2006
India Ink
Anosh Irani's Bombay dreams
By Rachel Giese
March 27, 2006
Dorm Watch
Mean Boy and the tradition of the academic satire
By Andre Mayer
March 17, 2006
When Irish Eyes Saw TV
John Doyle's A Great Feast of Light
By Greg Kelly
March 15, 2006
His Ames True
Literary quipster Jonathan Ames
By Andre Mayer
March 14, 2006
Sharing the Love
Adult fiction aimed at teens
By Andre Mayer
February 23, 2006
Bad Apple
Jay McInerney and the new New York
By Alec Scott
February 20, 2006
Birth of a Novel
Ami McKay and the midwives of Nova Scotia
By Andrea Curtis
January 26, 2006
Merchant of Menace
Eden Robinson gets into Blood Sports
By Rachel Giese
January 12, 2006
Writing Wrongs
A history of literary hoaxes
By Rachel Giese
January 11, 2006
Stop, Thieves
Searching for Iraq's stolen antiquities
By Joshua Knelman
January 10, 2006
Code Tread
A walk through Da Vinci's London
By Craig Taylor
January 5, 2006
Irving Layton, 1912-2006
By Stephen Marche
December 20, 2005
Is Fiction Dead?
2005: The year in books
By Rachel Giese
December 6, 2005
Fly Boy
Kenneth Oppel's high-altitude thrills
By Rachel Giese
November 16, 2005
Role Call
An homage to character actors
By Matthew McKinnon
November 8, 2005
Thriller at the Gillers
The horse race hits the home stretch
By Rachel Giese
November 7, 2005
Tale Gator
A chat with Giller nominee Lisa Moore
By Andre Mayer
November 2, 2005
Fellow Travellers
B.C. writers group makes waves
By Greg Buium
November 1, 2005
Girl Guide
Lori Lansens illuminates The Girls, her novel about conjoined twins
By Rachel Giese
October 25, 2005
Verse Case Scenario
Assessing the GG Poetry Nominees
By Barbara Carey
October 24, 2005
Comfort Zone
A conversation with David Rakoff
By Matthew McKinnon
October 18, 2005
Page Turners
Toronto lit-fest kicks off
By Andre Mayer
October 17, 2005
Bookmaker's Odds
How to win a CanLit Award
By Rachel Giese
July 20, 2005
What Went Wrong?
Writing on failed friendships
By Andrea Curtis
July 18, 2005
Special Ed
A new look at Chester Brown's influential comic Ed the Happy Clown
By Brad Mackay
July 11, 2005
No Muggles Allowed
Test your knowledge of Pottermania
By Kevin J. Siu
June 27, 2005
Vox Populi
Umberto Eco's new book explores the merits of mass entertainment
By Andre Mayer
June 8, 2005
Rugged Individual
John Vaillant’s great Canadian adventure tale
By Andrea Curtis
June 7, 2005
Back to Futures Past
The new Canadian sci-fi tradition
By Peter Darbyshire
June 6, 2005
Lost Coz
A new book charts the fall of Bill Cosby
By Lawrence Hill
May 18, 2005
Cruel Britannia
Novelist Jonathan Coe explores Blair's England
By Andre Mayer
May 16, 2005
Stuck on Youth
The new world of teen fiction
By Lauren Mechling
May 9, 2005
Alternative Canadian Walk of Fame
Inductee: Iron Man
By Brad Mackay
May 4, 2005
Brain Candy
A conversation with author Steven Johnson
By Christopher Shulgan
April 22, 2005
Send in the Clones
Kazuo Ishiguro's new novel, Never Let Me Go
By Katrina Onstad
April 14, 2005
Automated Storyteller
The curse of the prolific author
By Andre Mayer
April 11, 2005
Rhyme and Reason
Camille Paglia on the world’s best poetry
By Liz Hodgson
April 6, 2005
No Ordinary Day
Ian McEwan and the 9/11 novel
By Andre Mayer
April 1, 2005
Girl Trouble
Fear and self-loathing in chick lit
By Katrina Onstad
March 28, 2005
The Nature of Envy
Sheila Heti’s new novel, Ticknor
By Andrea Curtis
March 14, 2005
Iceland Journal
Cartoonist David Collier reports from Reykjavik
by David Collier
March 11, 2005
Storied Franchise
Is UBC CanLit's farm team?
By Greg Buium
February 14, 2005
Bedrooms of the Nation
Stephen Marche's racy debut proves that sex in CanLit is rarely just about pleasure
By Peter Darbyshire
February 3, 2005
Hey Kids! No Comics!
How the comic book almost disappeared
By Brad Mackay
February 3, 2005
Rueing the Consequences
Book Review: George Elliott Clarke's George & Rue
By Lawrence Hill
February 2, 2005
Dead Presidents
Brad Smith's new novel lampoons Civil War fanatics
By Andre Mayer
January 14, 2005
Book Club Virgin (And Proud Of It)
The scorn of the solitary reader
By Li Robbins
January 6, 2005
All The Lonely People
Douglas Coupland unveils his latest novel, Eleanor Rigby
By Katrina Onstad
January 4, 2005
2004: The Year in Canadian Books
By Andre Mayer
January 4, 2005
2004: The Year in International Books
By Andre Mayer

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