David Rakoff’s posthumous novel is an unexpected tale of empathy and hope
The limited imagination of high-fantasy fiction
Poet Pauline Johnson enthralled Victorian theatregoers with a stereotype-smashing spin on her Mohawk-English heritage. Along the way, she became Canada’s first postmodern celebrity
With his parody of children’s books, Highly Inapproriate Tales for Young People, Douglas Coupland joins his Gen X peers, revelling in nostalgia. Isn’t it time to grow up?
Has Nova Scotia put its treasure hunters—and the bounty they seek—at risk of extinction?
After twenty-five years, Degrassi remains popular culture’s most honest depiction of teen life
A retrospective of werewolves in popular culture