What a year it was.
I wanted to like Unmarketable, but although Moore has assembled the makings of a trenchant magazine article on cool-hunting and how big-budget PR firms co-opt small-scale artists...
Jim Shepard has constructed entire novels on the sticky bedrock of boyhood shame, but it’s in his stories that he most compellingly cores the male soul
Hon. Conrad Moffat Black, Baron Black of Crossharbour - better know to the world as Conrad Black, the world's third most powerful press baron, according to Naomi Klein - is...
Bunnies, bigheads, broncos, and Bart fill the illustrated pages of this year's gift suggestions
The city has announced the four finalists for this year's City of Vancouver Book Award. The shortlisted titles are:
Gastroanomalies: Questionable Culinary Creations From the Golden Age of American Cookery sticks to what James Lileks knows best: cooking gone terribly, terribly wrong
Stephen Colbert's I Am America is as hypnotic and hilarious as The Colbert Report
Adam Sandler sings his Hanukkah song.
Ian McAllister’s deep love for the animals is palpable, and throughout the well-written account, we come to know and care for them