“The end of the world is happening around us, and in these moments of extreme crisis we find out who we are."
Canada likes to think it’s past the whole nasty business of race, but Cole’s account wants to show this complacency to be a mask for patterns of abuse throughout the country.
Anti-Semitism in 1930s Toronto and a murderous Gold Rush legend provide rich fodder for writers appearing at Jewish Book Festival.
With its explicit allusions to Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Jack Kerouac, Lake Success is clearly Shteyngart’s take on the Great American Novel.
Ziya Tong and Jessica McDiarmid are each up for a $25,000 cash award, which will be announced on March 2 in Toronto.
B.C,'s health minister offers his picks in a variety of categories.
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It's the richest Punjabi-literature award in the world.
The actor reflects on his 40-plus years of playing the golden protocol droid in his new book.
He revealed tonight that the first book he ever purchased was written by Margaret Atwood.
"For Dalits, as we have seen, the distance between the Hindu 'right' and the Hindu 'left' is not as great as it might appear to others," Roy writes.