Literary Review of Canada, January/February 2023
The Literary Review of Canada is the country’s leading forum for discussion and debate about books, culture, politics, and ideas.
The magazine puts the written word front and centre. Everything from policy and politics to history, biography, and fiction are a go. In addition to reviews, its original essays and poetry provide readers with informed, engaging, and confident cultural context not found anywhere else.
In this issue:
- David Marks Shribman: The Future of Fire
- Sandra Martin: An Unsung Holocaust Hero
- Curtis Gillespie: Where Trudeau and his Party Go from Here
- Alan Taylor: Spies Like Us?
Toronto, Ontario; 235mm x 330mm; 44 pages