September 2006

  • Living Better Multiculturally

    An essay
  • Memoirs of a Publishing Pimp

    A review of Robert Lecker’s Dr. Delicious: Memoirs of a Life in CanLit
  • The Wrong Man

    A review of Margin of Terror: A Reporter’s Twenty-Year Odyssey Covering the Tragedies of the Air India Bombing, by Salim Jiwa and Donald J. Hauka

  • Checking in on Quebec

    A review of André Pratte’s Aux pays des merveilles: Essai sur les mythes politiques québécois and Alain Dubuc’s Éloge de la richesse: Des idées pour donner au Québec les moyens de ses ambitions
  • What Happened to Good Food?

    A review of The End of Food: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Food Supply—and What You Can Do About It, by Thomas F. Pawlick
  • Chasing Hurricanes

    A review of Windswept: The Story of Wind and Weather, by Marq de Villiers
  • Orpheus Revisited

    A review of The Man Who Wanted to Drink Up the Sea, by Pan Bouyoucas
  • A Canadian Tragedy

    A review of Anita Rau Badami’s Can You Hear The Nightbird Call?
  • Skeleton in Jackboots?

    A review of Young Trudeau: 1919–1944, Son of Quebec, Father of Canada, by Max and Monique Nemni
  • Greening The Campus

    A review of Planet U: Sustaining the World, Reinventing the University, by Michael M’Gonigle and Justine Starke
  • An MD’s Feelings

    A review of Shane Neilson’s Call Me Doctor
  • Hidden Genius

    A review of In Search of Alberto Guerrero, by John Beckwith
  • Will The Real Empire State Building Please Stand Up?

    A review of Nearest Thing to Heaven: The Empire State Building and American Dreams, by Mark Kingwell
  • Whiskey Sour

    A review of The Bronfmans: The Rise and Fall of the House of Seagram, by Nicholas Faith
  • Great Great Grandmother Margaret My Mother Weeps

    Two poems
  • Suicide: The Thin Line Unforgiveness

    Two poems
  • Lost Fear of being touched Fear of being forgotten

    Three poems

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Kevin Sylvester

Kevin Sylvester is an author, illustrator and CBC sportscaster and host who lives in Toronto. His new book, Sports Hall of Weird, was published by KidsCan Press in 2005, and his old book, Shadrin Has Scored for Russia, is available from him directly at