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Book review: Black's witty musings hit the target|
In his foreword to Backward Glances, a
collection of the controversial
journalism of Conrad Black, fellow
journalist Mark Steyn writes the
following: "Every aspect of federal
prison is designed to crush the human
spirit. I confess that I thought it
would crush Conrad's. Instead,
swapping the company of the very
highest in the land for that of the v
Graphic Novel: Doonesbury strips more relevant than ever|
As the Trump era dawns, many will
search for precedents to put the
reality star's words and actions into
perspective. This is why the initial
weeks of 2017 may be the perfect time
to read the newly re-released Garry
Trudeau's Buck Wild Doonesbury.
Brown: Ollmann exposes Seabrook's highs and lows|
Joe Ollmann may be the Canadian comic world's best-kept secret. Based in Hamilton, Ollmann has been quietly building a name for himself for years with titles such as Science Fiction and Happy Stories About Well-Adjusted People, earning the respect of fellow graphic novelists such as Seth in the process.
Novelist sheds light on shadowy life|
Although she has written seven novels in Italian and is, in translation, all the rage among the English language reading public, Elena Ferrante remains mysterious.
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Gold Rush era backdrop of mystery|
Although she spins a good yarn, London writer Emma Donoghue's new novel doesn't have the same emotional heft as her 2010 Booker-nominated bestseller, Room, or as her followup, fact-based volume of short fiction, Astray, published in 2012. But both books, impressive in different ways, would have been difficult to match.