May 2005

  • The Rich Kid

    An essay
  • “But We Were Feeling Happy”

    A review of Keith Oatley’s Emotions: A Brief History
  • Housing: Who Is Responsible?

    A review of Finding Room: Policy Options for Canadian Rental Housing Strategy, edited by J. David Hulchanski and Michael Shapcott

  • Ninety-Seven Years and Counting

    A review of John Kenneth Galbraith: His Life, His Politics, His Economics, by Richard Parker
  • Choosing Supreme Court Judges

    An essay
  • Blue Met

    A pictorial review
  • Going Home Again … or Not

    A review of Bharati Mukherjee’s The Tree Bride
  • A Strange and Evocation Quest

    A review of Summat Else, by Royston Tester
  • John Stuart Mill versus the Supreme Court of Canada

    A review of L.W. Sumner’s The Hateful and the Obscene: Studies in the Limits of Free Expression
  • Deep-Sea Utopias

    A review of Breathing Underwater: The Quest to Live in the Sea, by Joe MacInnis
  • The Corporation Dilemma

    A review of Wade Rowland’s Greed, Inc.: Why Corporations Rule Our World and How We Let It Happen
  • Harmless Dragons

    A review of Here Be Dragons: Telling Tales of People, Passion and Power, by Peter C.Newman
  • The Glamour of Lost Causes

    A review of Empires at War: The Seven Years’ War and the Struggle for North America 1754–1763, by William M. Fowler, Jr.

Tom Pokinko

Tom Pokinko is a graphic artist based in Montreal. His work has appeared in The Progressive, Clamor and Fine Books & Collections (formerly OP Magazine), as well as with the United Nations Association in Canada. His online portfolio can be seen at <>.