Issues

July–August 2006

  • “So Deep, So Vicious, So Brutal”

    A review of The Colour of Justice: Policing Race in Canada, by David M. Tanovich
  • Prophets of an Unknown Future

    A review of Terry Glavin’s Waiting for the Macaws and Other Stories from the Age of Extinctions and Wayne Grady’s Bringing Back the Dodo: Lessons in Natural and Unnatural History
  • TV “R” Us

    A review of Two Aspirins and a Comedy: How Television Can Enhance Health and Society, by Metta Spencer

  • Referencing Canadian Lives

    A review of Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume XV (1921–1930), edited by Ramsay Cook and Réal Bélanger
  • Publisher, Poetry Lover, Pilot

    A review of Scott Griffin’s My Heart Is Africa: A Flying Adventure
  • Living by the Polls

    A review of The Role of Public Opinion Research in Canadian Government, by Christopher Page
  • Searching for Self

    A review of Scotch River, by Linda Little, and Matters of Hart, by Marianne Ackerman
  • Nudge, Wink … and Yawn

    A review of Trudy J. Morgan-Cole’s The Violent Friendship of Esther Johnson
  • Pot Pourri

    A review of Not This Time: Canadians, Public Policy and the Marijuana Question, 1961–1975, by Marcel Martel, and Bud Inc.: Inside Canada’s Marijuana Industry, by Ian Mulgrew
  • Women and the West

    A review of Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West through Women’s History, edited by Sarah Carter, Lesley Erickson, Patricia Roome and Char Smith
  • Intertwined Histories

    A review of Who Named The Knife: A Book of Murder and Memory, by Linda Spalding
  • The Forbidden Experiment

    A review of Adriana S. Benzaquén’s Encounters with Wild Children: Temptation and Disappointment in the Study of Human Nature
  • Let Me Tell You My Life

    An essay
  • The Well, Hush, Better Homes

    Poems
  • Marriage Song

    A poem
  • [Untitled #1] [Untitled #2]

    Poems

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Lorenz Peter

Lorenz Peter is a comic artist living in Toronto. He has two graphic novels published by Pedlar Press and his work has appeared in numerous underground and cult magazines since 1993. Visit www.SideEffect.ca or contact lorenz@sideeffect.ca.