Charlie Angus reframes the complex and intersectional history of Cobalt within a broader international frame — from the conquistadores to the Western gold rush to the struggles in the Democratic Republic of Congo today. He demonstrates how Cobalt set Canada on its path to become the world’s dominant mining superpower.
In this darkly hilarious satire by the inimitable Will Aitken, class war erupts aboard a luxury cruise ship.
Internationally acclaimed author Carolyn Gammon conjures a kind and unflinching portrait of her mother’s memory loss―ultimately revealing the love, joy and life which remain even as memory fades.
Matt Robinson’s poetry considers daily life with the lens zoomed all the way in, magnifying the finest grains of detail.