• Review

    Saturday July 27th 2013

    The Globe and Mail Reviews Andrew F. Sullivan’s Debut Collection

    We’re super proud of one of our newest authors, Andrew F. Sullivan, whose debut collection of stories received a glowing review in The Globe and Mail. Zoe Whittall writes “All We Want Is Everything is a slim book but it is jammed with stories that drip with guts, bodily emissions, and heartache, told by narrators who long for a real connection. The writing is a clean right hook that lands with precision. …It’s a startling debut by one of my new favourite writers whose promise is clear and future looks bright. Write his name down because hopefully he’s going to be a big deal.” Read the full review here.

  • Interview

    Monday January 14th 2013

    Dempsey and Millan in Prairie Dog Magazine

    Prairie Dog Magazine in Regina talks to Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan about their new book and their presentation Bedtime Story for the Edge of the World at Queer City Cinema’s festival of queer performance. An Unsleepy Reading: Dempsey and Millan have stories for you

  • Review

    Monday February 28th 2011

    Winnipeg Free Press Review of Grammar Matters

    Click here to read a glowing review of Jila Ghomeshi’s Grammar Matters in the Winnipeg Free Press .

  • News

    Tuesday November 9th 2010

    Advance Review of Grammar Matters

    Click here to read this advance review by Britt Embry from The Uniter of Grammar Matters by Jila Ghomeshi, due to be released before the end of November.

  • News

    Tuesday May 4th 2010

    Review of Love the Questions

    Read Gerald Pillay’s review of Love the Questions by Ian Angus in The Times Higher Education.

  • News

    Thursday January 21st 2010

    New review of In and Out of the Working Class in Labor Notes

    Joshua DeVries reviews In and Out of the Working Class in Labor Notes.

  • News

    Thursday January 21st 2010

    Michael Yates On Labor, the Economy, Growing up Working Class, and Surviving the Motels of America

    Steve Early reviews four titles by Michael Yates, including In and Out of the Working Class on State of Nature.

  • Review

    Tuesday January 12th 2010

    Elly Leary Reviews In and Out of the Working Class

    Elly Leary reviews Michael D. Yates’ In and Out of the Working Class in the January 2010 issue of Monthly Review. “Okay. Let’s get the disclaimers out of the way right now. I am a longtime fan of Mike Yates. A big fan. I have used his materials with community and labor activists, made some contributions to a few of his works, and answered his call to write for Monthly Review on other occasions. So it will come as no surprise that In and Out of the Working Class did not disappoint. This personal reflection and journey through the world of Mike Yates from the early 1950s to the present has made me an even bigger fan.” Learn more here.

  • Review

    Tuesday January 12th 2010

    Ian Hussey reviews Let Them Eat Junk

    Read Ian Hussey’s review of Robert Albritton’s Let Them Eat Junk in Socialist Studies: the Journal of the Society for Socialist Studies. “His brilliance is not just in his understanding of Marx’s magnum opus, but his ability to communicate an analysis of the global agriculture/food system in such a way that it is not unreasonable to think it of interest to engaged senior high school readers, but it is also substantive enough to work well in third and fourth year university and college classrooms of political science, sociology, labour studies, and environmental studies.” Read the full review.

  • Review

    Monday October 19th 2009

    Swans reviews In and Out of the Working Class

    Online journal Swans has posted a review by Louis Proyect of In and Out of the Working Class. “Yates’s writing has a powerful dramatic quality since it’s driven by tensions between the two worlds that he has inhabited and arguably never reconciled. Despite his decades-long career in academia, one of society’s most prestigious fields, he still felt like a worker most of the time, even with a bit of an inferiority complex as if he were not really qualified to exist in such rarefied circles.” Read the full review.