May 18, 2017
The Lucky Seven, with Harry Glasbeek
Both at home and abroad, debates rage about whether corporations should have rights as "persons" and whether free market capitalism in its current incarnations helps more than it hurts. Harry Glasbeek's Class ...
March 08, 2017
The Lucky Seven, with Barbara Sibbald
Barbara Sibbald's The Museum of Possibilities (Porcupine's Quill) was a long time coming, and it was worth the wait. After a career in novels, Sibbald returned to her first love, short fiction, and ...
March 01, 2017
The Lucky Seven, with Kathy Stinson
If you've ever needed a second chance to achieve your dreams, you won't want to miss Kids' Lit favourite Kathy Stinson's newest book. The Dance of the Violin (Annick Press), illustrated by Dušan Petričić, ...
February 28, 2017
The Lucky Seven, with Molly Peacock
Molly Peacock, a Torontonian by way of New York City, is an acclaimed poet and the series editor for The Best Canadian Poetry in English. Her newest collection, The Analyst (Biblioasis), begins with ...
February 22, 2017
The Lucky Seven interview, with Joseph Tohill
Former American Vice President Joe Biden said "Show me your budget and I'll show you what you value". With the philosophy that this is as true for individuals as it is for governments, the movement of ...
February 02, 2017
The Lucky Seven Interview, with Claire Fuller
In Claire Fuller's Swimming Lessons (House of Anansi Press), the truth is in the books -- literally. When Ingrid Coleman disappears, her husband Gil, is blindsided. What he doesn't know is that his ...
November 16, 2016
The Lucky Seven interview with Rolli
Tense, dark, unexpected, and revelatory -- there's a lot of atmosphere and emotion packed into Rolli's The Sea-Wave (Guernica Editions), and its slim footprint, at 168 pages, makes it all the more impressive. ...
November 10, 2016
The Lucky Seven interview with Tom Malleson
Between the Lines Books' Fired Up series asks readers to think critically about social, cultural, and economic issues. The first instalment in the series is activist and professor Tom Malleson's Fired ...
October 27, 2016
The Lucky Seven interview, with Erin Wunker
As conversations around feminism continue to evolve and gain momentum, there are still plenty of detractors and critics of the movement for gender equality. Simply being a woman with a public presence ...
September 30, 2016
The Lucky Seven Interview, with Bill Turpin
As a longtime journalist, Bill Turpin surely drew on plenty of real-life experience while writing Max's Folly (Guernica Editions). From Max's dangerous adventures while reporting in Latin America to ...