Suzette Mayr sets her barbed new novel in a bureaucratic shambles.
The founder of the Asian Canadian Writers' Workshop was a giant to all who knew him.
The memoir will more than satisfy anyone looking for some inside dope on the ex-Monkee who helped pioneer country rock and bring Repo Man into the world, among other highly influential endeavours.
If you’re one of the millions of people who devoured the UBC prof's essay, “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This”, you likely have some queries.
Can people who've profited so immensely from the status quo truly lead us to a more enlightened, caring global order?