Winner of the 2014 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry, Sina Queyras’ MxT is a meditation on the themes of grief and loss.
Flitting from parties to jobs they dislike and on to potential art happenings, New Tab’s 20-something Montreal creative class ends up with more beer than poetry.
The Chateauguay Valley’s Durham County Poets are compelling performers and talented musicians whose new album features an eclectic blend of folk, blues, rock and even gospel.
In Waiting for the Man, Arjun Basu presents Joe, a 30-something adman whose existential crisis turns into a spiritual quest that goes viral on social media.
The worn and creased faces of Xavier Landry’s paintings channel Gabrielle Roy’s famous novel Bonheur d’occasion, set in St. Henri. Jeffrey Mackie sat down for a talk with the artist.
Although I have long been aware of the popular Paul series by Michel Rabagliati, Paul Joins the Scouts is my first reading experience. Graphic novels are not the first things I reach for, but I was interested in exploring the genre. The series, which Rabagliati began in his thirties, is semi-autobiographical. In his own biography the author explains that he has been a life-long fan of comics and began to create his own after working many years as a graphic designer.
Travelling Light is a collection of short stories by Peter Behrens, the winner of the 2006 Governor General’s Award for fiction. Arranged more geographically than chronologically, his collection contains some of Behrens’ earliest pieces as well as some more recent stories.