A primer on British author Will Self, twenty-first-century Kafka
In This Issue
Third-place finalist in Maisonneuve’s “Cruelest Month” literary contest
K. D. Miller discusses what it means to be a woman in the Catholic Church
The author of "We Have You Surrounded" discusses street gangs in Montreal and beyond
A ghostwriter’s history of ghostwriting
The author of "Lend Me Your Ears" assesses the speeches of our winter election campaign
A personal history of cinemas
Feeling like the Canadian political stage is barren of passion and ideas? You're not alone.
A mystery worshipper visits churches from coast to coast
The time has come to take William Shatner seriously
What to do about initiation rites?
A lapsed Catholic makes a pilgrimage to a country in mourning
Winner of Maisonneuve's "Cruelest Month" literary contest
Is Will Self the greatest author you've never read?
An autobiographer for hire finally breaks his silence
Several Possible Explanations for the Appearance Then Disappearance of A South African Parakeet in Western Labrador
Teenage Hormones Highjack A Streetcar Named Desire
Catholic women fight for the right to becomes priests
What this year’s World Social Forum in Caracas can tell us about the future of the global left
It's just that you can't pick a clear winner