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Our Violent National Game

The great hockey debate continues

Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

Jessica Rose

Jessica Rose writes regularly for the Hamilton Review of Books.

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Nine Months in Vancouver

Christine Higdon’s latest January | February 2024
Taking place in Vancouver in 1922, Gin, Turpentine, Pennyroyal, Rue tells the story of four working-class sisters rebuilding their fragmented lives after the First World War. An absorbing exploration of themes like reproductive rights, bodily autonomy, and non-nuclear families, Christine Higdon’s novel is as pertinent today as it would have been a century…