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   (2015.02.21)

Canadian hacks must not forget Sid Adilman, who germinated dozens of journalistic careers, including my own

   (2015.02.19)

I did not know one could learn so much from literary criticism. Then I read Unlimited Embrace by Reed Woodhouse

   (2014.10.11)

The social-justice warrior’s cries of sexism do not justify worsening actual health or threatening human life

   (2014.06.03)

Mr. PIETSCH let me down

   (2014.04.18)

Jason McBride does not quite recapitulate an old Spy article for Toronto Life

   (2014.01.24)

The atrociously edited and sequenced book The AIDS Generation by Halkitis has a tiny saving grace in direct testimony from eldergays about their estrangement from gay culture

   (2014.01.19)

Fabrice Neaud: I gave up on him, but part of his œuvre is still an evocative and meaningful art project

   (2014.01.16)

Natalie Horbechevsky and Brooke Carey. They’re the editrixen listed in the acknowledgements to Leander Kahney’s Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products, a treasure trove of repetitiveness and warmed-over quotes

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