The whistle blower's memoir, Permanent Record, was published last year.
This tour of the microbial world has leaped from the Science section straight into General Interest, in the deepest sense of that term.
The program is every bit as thought-provoking as ever, ranging from fiction and essays to poetry, graphic novels, and stories for young readers.
Chefs get real in a new cookbook.
Ferguson has been one of the Canadians leading the charge to change gender designations on government-issued identification.
The program celebrates writing and art by cisgender and transgender women, transgender men, and two-spirit and nonbinary people.
Here’s a handful of picks from the packed program.
The format will be the same as it is for every 5X15 session, whether in London, New York, or Milan: five figures will take their turn at the mike, with no scripts allowed and no speech longer than 15 minutes.
An exhibition of work accompanies her talk at the event at the Jewish Community Centre.
One of the charms of the fall book season is the number of festivals that bring them together to swap stories and enjoy the limelight.
Browse indie mags, novels, zines, and more at the free event, which returns to the Vancouver Art Gallery for its sixth year this month.
This psychological drama marks an impressive and noteworthy debut by Ana Urushadze.