The singer-songwriter discusses cover songs, methodical listening and his Tom Waits tribute night.
A bull burned at the stake, a swarm of locusts excommunicated—animal trials were once surprisingly common.
An interview with James Irwin, Katherine Peacock, Shaun Weadick, Carl Spidla and Neil Holyoak.
New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton died today at sixty-one.
Please don’t talk about your band. You’re only going to embarrass yourself.
The rapper and renaissance man discusses his new album, life in Edmonton and the poetics of hip hop.
Palimpsest's Danielle St-Amour on the magazine-in-a-box's daily Pop newspaper.
Montreal writer Sean Michaels discusses micro-fiction, breakups and Arcade Fire ahead of Maisonneuve's Issue 37 launch on September 21.
Hot Montreal bands cover songs they can't stand.
Maisonneuve is among the top ten most-nominated magazines for the second year in a row.
Luddites moan the iPad, Kindle and other e-readers spell the death of books. The ongoing popularity of vinyl records proves otherwise: the best technologies stick around.
Editor-in-chief Carmine Starnino nominated for Governor-General's Award
An interview with Merrill Garbus: singular singer, DIY feminist, keeper of secrets.
An interview with Sister Suvi’s Patrick Gregoire and My People Sleeping’s James Irwin.
Maisonneuve confirms its place as one of the best magazines in the country.
Finally, Maisy's online home gets an extreme makeover.
Maisonneuve speaks with the writer of "Belly Dancing Blues" (Issue 31, Spring 2009).
Maisonneuve speaks with the writer of "Learning to Rage" (Issue 31, Spring 2009).