How Mordecai Richler taught a generation of writers to think big
Letting go of the French-English duality
Vincent Lam’s miraculous book goes under the knife for television
A trip through Munro country, where the writer became herself
Brideshead Revisited and the Flyte to Canada
Is it the end of an era for Jewish-American writing?
More than thirty years after publication, St. Urbain’s Horseman finally hits the screen
US writers keep mining our stuff-packed, consumerist world. Why do Canadians prefer to keep things tidy?
How Shanghai’s citizens view their city’s seemingly unending growth.
Adventures in Waynejohnstonland
Commercial concupiscence consumes global culture
On the road with Noah Richler
Tariq Ali’s Islam Quintet paints a softer face on the historical interactions between Muslims and the West
Cervantes’ man of la Mancha rides again
On Abraham Lincoln, The O.C., and the demise of the typographical mind
Why can’t the Canadian dialect match others for sparkle?
The lingo springing from the computer keyboard is the way we write
Mat saleh calling it English killer language. Wah. For chiak kantang, salary-men it a bit the different, lah?