In today’s National Post I review Swedish vampire flick Let The Right One In. I think that’s the first time I’ve given a film four stars.
Continuing our Post Decade series, in today’s paper we take a look at the cultural highlights of the last ten years; I offer my opinion on best book. Also, if you’re in Toronto and have nothing to do this afternoon come check out the International Festival of Authors; I will be participating on a panel regarding the future of reading.
Fade to Blackwell: In today’s National Post I take a look at the legacy of Mr. Blackwell, the infamous fashion critic who died Sunday.
In today’s National Post, my three-part series on author Nino Ricci concludes with a look at everything that comes after a book hits the shelves. Also, I profile Liz White, leader of the Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party, who is running for a seat in Toronto against Bob Rae, amongst others.
In today’s National Post, I take a quick look at Freehand Books, the upstart Calgary publisher of Marina Endicott’s Giller-nomiated novel, Good to a Fault.
The sunshine state just got a little darker: Irvine Welsh and I talk about his new novel, Crime.
In today’s National Post you’ll find the second part in my series on Nino Ricci’s new novel, The Origin of Species.