Another Canadian who received the former president's seal of approval was Michael Ondaatje.
Georgia Straight editor Charlie Smith reveals what caught his attention over the past year.
After one year’s absence, I am happy to bring my Christmas booklist back to the Georgia Straight in 2018.
Yotam Ottolenghi's latest will win over the most particular foodie on your list.
Kitsilano's Comicshop has been facing several challenges for some time
Get ready to educate yourself with what's a true labor of love.
The managing editor of Room's memoir of a tough childhood on the East Side was chosen by a jury of judges.
Here’s a handful of suggestions to get you off the gift-buying hook so you can focus on all the eating and drinking you need to do.
In an odd way for a city so restless, Vancouver’s history repeats itself constantly, as if on a loop.
Activity book celebrates often-overlooked trailblazers and change-makers.
The French novelist was among the wounded, and while he recovered, he was certain of one thing: there was no way in hell he was going to write about it.
She's captured this coveted prize twice—and she's only written three novels so far in her literary career.
Admit it: you really don't care what the Colonel is up to today.
From 1989 to 1995, discerning comedy lovers in Canada and the U.S. were treated to The Kids in the Hall.
There’s lots to say about Al Purdy, but it can all be sorted out as you read this interview with the Pittsburgh-born Rodney DeCroo.
The retired SFU communications professor is an old hand when it comes to dissecting the activities of neoliberal think tanks.
Chelene Knight, Erín Moure, and Rachel Rose are also nominated. They'll find out who wins on December 8.
Characters Lee co-created included Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the X-Men, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, the Fantastic Four, Black Panther, and Ant-Man.
The collection of scholarly essays focus on everything from genetics and astrophysics to Indigenous history and anthems. Readers also learn about mass extinctions, aggressive colonialism, and so much more.
In unpretentious and straightforward prose, Turner guides us into confronting the confusion and cacophony of the city.