Articles

  • Department of the Rediscovered: Douglas Glover’s ‘The Life and Times of Captain N.’

    By Shane Neilson

    In his afterword to Elle, Douglas Glover’s 2003 Governor General’s Award-winning (and best-known) novel, reviewer/essayist Lawrence Mathews compares Glover’s strain of historical novel to that of unnamed Canadian writers who have, en masse, adopted the convention that “Our Past must be presented with Due Solemnity and with an Eye to Political Correctness.” MORE >

  • Our Culture of Intimidation

    By Richard Cumyn

    I recently reviewed The Tinsmith, Tim Bowling’s new novel set in Maryland during the American Civil War and in British Columbia twenty years later. MORE >

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