June 2009

  • Eat, Worship, Fear, Coddle

    A review of Erika Ritter’s The Dog by the Cradle, the Serpent Beneath: Some Paradoxes of Human-Animal Relationships.
  • Poles Never Play Cricket in Summer

    A review of Angus Bell’s Batting on the Bosphorus: A Liquor-Fueled Cricket Tour through Eastern Europe
  • The Ever-Expanding City

    A review of Andrew Sancton’s The Limits of Boundaries: Why City-Regions Cannot Be Self-Governing and The Shape of the Suburbs: Understanding Toronto’s Sprawl by John Sewell.
  • The Road to Hell

    A review of Larry Krotz’s The Uncertain Business of Doing Good: Outsiders in Africa.
  • East Idioms

    A poem
  • homing

  • if the ocean was a prophet…

  • Wolf

  • Small Things and an Irony

  • Voices Unheard

    A review of Priscila Uppal’s To Whom It May Concern.
  • Homage or Hoax?

    A review of Anne Michaels’ The Winter Vault.
  • Tough Times

    A review of Joseph Heath’s Filthy Lucre: Economics for People Who Hate Capitalism and Jim Stanford’s Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism.
  • Routing Tokenism

    A review of Anthony Stewart’s You Must Be a Basketball Player: Rethinking Integration In the University
  • “This Dreadful Vice”

    A review of James F. Cosgrave and Thomas R. Klassen’s Casino State: Legalized Gambling in Canada.
  • The Value of the Seas

    A review of Alanna Mitchell’s Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis.

Illustrations in this issue by Kate Wilson

Kate Wilson is a visual artist and founding member of the Toronto-based arts organization Persona Volare.