by SHANNON TIEN
Canada's Bryan Lee O'Malley took four years to follow up his smash hit & its film adaptation. Seconds has a female lead, and a plot couched in autobiographical irony.
by ALEX ROSE
Veteran film programmer and writer Kier-La Janisse launches Kid Power! at the Fantasia Film festival.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
The third issue of street-centric publication Flaneur, which focuses on one Mile End street, launches this week.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to author Geoff Pevere about Gods of the Hammer, the tale of the awesome 1970s band that was positioned to be as big as the Ramones or the Clash.
We spoke to Lateef Martin, co-creator of Z’Isle, about the Montreal-set post-apocalyptic comic, launching this week.
The small press launches its first collection this week. We spoke to managing editor/author Ashley Opheim about Metatron's mandate & goals.
In her new novel The Girl Who Was Saturday Night, the author who was voted #4 Best Living Author in the Best of MTL readers poll continues to depict this city's magic.
We spoke to Meags Fitzgerald about her autobiographical travelogue comic, Photobooth: A Biography, which tells the story behind the old-school selfie.
by JEFF MILLER
Launching in Montreal this week, Sean Michaels' Us Conductors recounts the story behind one of the world's weirdest musical instruments.
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.
We spoke to Montreal-based cartoonist and animator Diane Obomsawin about her latest book On Loving Women.
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