Founded in 1991, the Literary Review of Canada publishes ten times a year, in print and online.

September 2014


  • Can’t Lit

    An essay
  • Making Aid Obsolete

    A review of Innovating for the Global South: Towards an Inclusive Innovation Agenda, edited by Dilip Soman, Janice Gross Stein and Joseph Wong
  • Codes in Conflict

    A review of Nobility Lost: French and Canadian Martial Cultures, Indians and the End of New France, by Christian Ayne Crouch
  • What Remains

    A review of The Bells of Memory: A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem, by Issa J. Boullata
  • Storm Warnings

    A review of To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World, by Vincent Mosco
  • L.M.M.

    A poem
  • Sunday Candy

    A poem
  • Carried Away

    A poem
  • Growth

    A poem
  • In the Nobel Archives, with Crackpots

    A review of The Stonehenge Letters, by Harry Karlinsky
  • Faithfull in Her Fashion

    A review of Based on a True Story, by Elizabeth Renzetti
  • Tales from the Barley Field

    A review of The Perfect Keg: Sowing, Scything, Malting and Brewing My Way to the Best-Ever Pint of Beer, by Ian Coutts
  • Penned In

    A review of Surviving Incarceration: Inside Canadian Prisons, by Rose Ricciardelli
  • The Importance of Ernest

    An essay
  • A Powerful Thirst

    A review of The Improbably Primate: How Water Shaped Human Evolution, by Clive Finlayson
  • The Metaphysics of Math

    A review of Why Is There Philosophy of Mathematics at All?, by Ian Hacking
  • Letters and Responses

    The Reverend Doctor William Harrison, Meghan Murphy, Richard Starr

Illustrations by David Barnes

David Barnes is an illustrator and artist currently living on Vancouver Island. More information about his work is available at <www.davebarnes.ca>.