September 2010

  • The Private Option

    A review of Public Service, Private Profits: The Political Economy of Public-Private Partnerships in Canada, by John Loxley, with Salim Loxley
  • A Body in Uniform

    A review of Deathly Deception: The Real Story of Operation Mincemeat, by Denis Smyth
  • Rich and Strange

    A review of Strange Bedfellows: The Private Lives of Words, by Howard Richler
  • Can Sociology Save Us?

    A review of The Sense of Sociability: How People Overcome the Forces Pulling Them Apart, by Lorne Tepperman
  • Poetry Is a Theory

    A poem
  • An Afterlife

  • The Poison Colour

  • Grace. Style. Grace.

  • Crammed with Crime

    A review of The Glass Harmonica, by Russell Wangersky
  • From Manners to Manhood

    A review of Toby: A Man, by Todd Babiak
  • Balancing Act

    An essay.
  • Nature’s Cathedral

    A review of The Global Forest, by Diana Beresford-Kroeger
  • “Pursued by Devils or Tories”

    A review of The Lunatic and the Lords, by Richard D. Schneider
  • Resurrected Corpses

    A review of Cadaverland: Inventing a Pathology of Catastrophe for Holocaust Survival, by Michael Dorland

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Eric Uhlich.

Eric Uhlich has recently returned to Canada after living and travelling overseas for some years. He now calls Vancouver home. He has recently self-published a graphic novel, Green Skies, and spends the rest of his time drawing, riding his bicycle and making plans.