A Dizzying Boldness
Melissa Bull celebrates a decade of editing our "Writing from Quebec" column.
Art Life: An interview with Catherine Ocelot
Heroine: An interview with Gail Scott
The Careful Process of Becoming Extremely Precise: An Interview with Naja Marie Aidt
Haunting Saint Henri
I would take that quarter-mile jag and own it, spectrally.
An Interview with Jeff Parker
The author on the Russian train ride that inspired his new non-fiction book Where the Bears Roam the Streets.
Interview With Saleema Nawaz
The author of Bone and Bread talks family, her favourite bagel shop and why Montreal is always ready to riot.
A Voice Answering a Voice: Kim Thúy and Pascal Janovjak’s À toi
Interview With Éric McComber
The Montreal-born author on his new book, pleasing the French and why "guts are where it's at."
Why I Love Bad TV
Titus Andronicus and the Trouble with Onstage Rape
Letter From Montreal: Parc Lafontaine Times Two
I said, This is the fucking Bukowski Lawn-Bowling League.
The SLS Interviews: Mikhail Iossel
The founder of Summer Literary Seminars discusses the Soviet Union, Seamus Heaney and why there’s no difference between famous writers and beginners.
The SLS Interviews: In Good Company
Introducing Montreal’s Summer Literary Seminars.
An Open Letter to Leah McLaren Regarding Whether Women Are Funny
Interview with Colin McAdam
A lunch conversation in which our hero orders a soup and sandwich combo and talks about monkeys.