Embarking on your first reading tour? Margaret Atwood's advice: pack cold medication.
Maisonneuve loves Taddle Creek's Guidebook to Fact-checking Fiction
Patricia Robertson reflects on obsession, selflessness and her short story, “My Hungarian Sister”
Mitch Moxley, author of “The Fog of War,” reflects upon his time helping Agent Orange victims in a special Vietnam village
What to do about initiation rites?
From Charlottetown to Dushanbe
In his new biography, Robert Thacker studies the gorgeous minutiae of "Canada's Chekhov"
Why English Canada should see Quebec’s latest cinematic gem
The success of gay literature and the virtue of labels
Martha, free at last
When power goes bad
Buying big and ridiculous things may be easier than you think
Taiaiake Alfred says no.
Innovations in travel that never were
A global history
The Maisonneuve Decanter
The life and death of gay culture