by JEFF MILLER
Launching in Montreal this week, Sean Michaels' Us Conductors recounts the story behind one of the world's weirdest musical instruments.
by SHANNON TIEN
The local author's new short story collection, Sweet Affliction, exposes some uncomfortable truths about this city, resisting the urge to romanticize.
You'll recognize Montreal's art community & activist scene in Jacob Wren's Polyamorous Love Song, an accessible avant-garde work that asks a lot of big questions.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Montreal-based cartoonist and animator Diane Obomsawin about her latest book On Loving Women.
Words Will Break Cement: The Passion of Pussy Riot is an in-depth and incisive account of an activist art movement, and a political scandal that spurred its own global protest.
by EMILY RAINE
Writer Mark Lavorato talks about his latest book, a story about artists living in Montreal in the 1920s.
Love him or hate him, James Franco is in town, and this is news.
Here's our picks for the year's best books, for the long, cold winter ahead.
Morrissey's Autobiography is hotly anticipated and already topping many year's end best book lists. But is it any good?
Tom Howell's The Rude Story of English tells a history of English's base origins — and can really help you up your vulgarity game.
by ALEX ROSE
We (literally) chat with Malcolm Fraser, author of the new indie profile Wooden Stars: Invisible Gears (and, full disclosure, regular CULT MTL film reviewer) about the band, the book and reading about rawk.
Z'Isle, a serialized graphic novel written by Lateef Martin and illustrated by Dan Buller, brings zombies to the 514. Get ready to fight.
* CKUT spring cleaning sale
* The Student Diaries at Dawson College
* Invisible Lines at Eastern Bloc
* Que ta joie demeure & The Husband at the Phi Centre
* Yamantaka // Sonic Titan play Il Motore
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