Melissa Bull celebrates a decade of editing our "Writing from Quebec" column.
I would take that quarter-mile jag and own it, spectrally.
The author on the Russian train ride that inspired his new non-fiction book Where the Bears Roam the Streets.
The author of Bone and Bread talks family, her favourite bagel shop and why Montreal is always ready to riot.
The Montreal-born author on his new book, pleasing the French and why "guts are where it's at."
I said, This is the fucking Bukowski Lawn-Bowling League.
The founder of Summer Literary Seminars discusses the Soviet Union, Seamus Heaney and why there’s no difference between famous writers and beginners.
Introducing Montreal’s Summer Literary Seminars.
A lunch conversation in which our hero orders a soup and sandwich combo and talks about monkeys.