Issues

December 2004

  • Surviving Survivalism

    An essay.
  • Still a Mystery

    A review of Sherrill Grace’s Inventing Tom Thomson: From Biographical Fictions to Fictional Autobiographies and Reproductions
  • Oil Men or Straw Men?

    A review of It’s the Crude, Dude: War, Big Oil and the Fight for the Planet, by Linda McQuaig

  • Growing Up Communist

    A review of Red Diaper Baby: A Boyhood in the Age of McCarthyism, by James Laxer
  • The “Mindbomb” That Was Greenpeace

    A review of Rex Weyler’s Greenpeace: How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists and Visionaries Changed the World and Robert Hunter’s The Greenpeace to Amchitka: An Environmental Odyssey
  • The Traps of Progress

    A review of Ronald Wright’s A Short History of Progress
  • Broke Fiddle Blues

    A poem
  • “Her erratic index muddles the usual usuals.”

    A poem
  • that night Snowbird has a dream

    A poem
  • Old-Fashioned Fusion Fiction

    A review of The Woman in the Trees, by Gerry William
  • The Yank’s Progress

    A review of Michael Winter’s The Big Why
  • Re-Inventing Foreign Policy

    A review of At Home in the World: Canada’s Global Vision for the 21st Century, by Jennifer Welsh
  • Business on the Rocks

    A review of The Icarus Factor: The Rise and Fall of Edgar Bronfman Jr., by Rod McQueen
  • Bad-Guy History

    A review of Anthony J. Hall’s The American Empire and the Fourth World: The Bowl with One Spoon, Part One and John C. Weaver’s The Great Land Rush and the Making of the Modern World, 1650–1900

Andrew Stevenson

Andrew Stevenson is a young South African studying illustration at Sheridan College, who also serves as pencil monkey/graphic designer to whoever needs his talents. His portfolio can be seen at <www.squidgystudios.com>.