April 2005

  • Choosing Free Trade

    A review of Gregory J. Inwood’s Continentalizing Canada: The Politics and Legacy of the Macdonald Royal Commission
  • Dangerous Evolution

    A review of Future: Tense – The Coming World Order? by Gwynne Dyer
  • Mythological Meltdown

    A review of Biblical and Classical Myths: The Mythological Framework of Western Culture, by Northrop Frye and Jay Macpherson

  • A Shocking and Humbling Book

    A review of Elaine Dewar’s The Second Tree: Of Clones, Chimeras and Quests for Immortality
  • Magicians and Mystics

    A review of The Last Heathen: Encounters with Ghosts and Ancestors in Melanesia, by Charles Montgomery
  • Dear Ferron

    A poem
  • Night Gardens

    A poem
  • Pacific Northwest

    A poem
  • Shadowy Short Stories

    A review of Any Day But This, by Kristjana Gunnars
  • Toronto: Improvised City

    A review of What We All Long For, by Dionne Brand
  • Proportional Representation — Why Not?

    An essay
  • The Nature-Nurture Square Dance

    A review of Anne Innis Dagg’s “Love of Shopping” Is Not a Gene: Problems with Darwinian Psychology
  • Breaking the Ties

    A review of Canada and the End of Empire, edited by Phillip Buckner
  • In the Maple Groves of Academe

    A review of The Canadianization Movement: Emergence, Survival and Success, by Jeffrey Cormier
  • Illegal Wars

    A review of Michael Mandel’s How America Gets Away with Murder: Illegal Wars, Collateral Damage and Crimes against Humanity

Wes Tyrell

Wes Tyrell is a caricature artist and humorous illustrator. His works can be seen in a variety of publications, including The Globe and Mail and Maclean’s, as well as at <>. He benefits daily from the love of his spouse, Lisa, and his bulldog, Herbie.