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Dr. Richard Leblanc discusses his book Fearful asymmetry: Bouillaud, Dax, Broca and the localization of language
Donald Cuccioletta on the anger, the guilt, and the sense of failure in Hillary Clinton's book 'What Happened'.
The owner of Peerless Clothing talks about his book and his life as a Montreal businessman
Chef Chris Cosentino cooks from the heart – and with guts. His book is called Offal Good.
The photojournalist looks at animals kept in zoos in her latest book.
One mother's battle against the disease inspired a children's book that helps kids understand the illness.
Donald Cuccioletta recommends multiple books for heavy summer reading.
'Humboldt's Mexico: In the Footsteps of the Illustrious German Scientific Traveller' follows one of the world's most famous naturalists.
In her new book 'Road Through Time: The story of humanity on the move,' author Mary Soderstrom tells an 80,000-year history of travels.
Financial advisor Mary Hagerman compares learning about money to martial arts.
Jen Agg, author of new book 'I Hear She's a Real Bitch,' on working in male dominated industries and learning to speak your mind.
Hubert Cormier wrote about the history of yogurt, and has delicious recipes for every meal.
Stephen Yeager of Concordia University discusses JRR Tolkien, his works, and his effect on culture.
Vikram Vij is a celebrated chef with a book about his life called Vij: A Chef's One-Way Ticket to Canada with Indian Spices in his Suitcase.
Two best friends and food writers spent five months travelling across Canada to gather food stories for their book Feast: Recipes and Storie
Concordia University's André Gagné is an editor of the book about the causes and goals of terrorism
Donald Cuccioletta on his reading choices for political lovers
Jonathan Cheung of Appetite for Books with his recommendations for the chef in your life
Sylvie Dagenais-Douville of Montreal’s Laughing Institute is behind Mon premier livre de yoga du rire
Montreal’s mistress of the macabre has a new book of short stories