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Susan G. Cole

Susan G. Cole interviews Affinity Konar, author of MISCHLING on November 2nd at Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto! more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole interviews Michael Coren about his new book Epiphany: A Christian's Change of Heart & Mind over Same-Sex Marriage on May 16th at North York Central Library! more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole hosts BURST: New Voices in Canadian Literature at Pages Unbound Festival on May 6th at AGO's Jackman Hall! more

NOW in the media

Micah White, co-creator and driving force behind 'Occupy Wall Street' talks with Susan G. Cole on March 17th at Toronto Reference Library! more

NOW in the media

This month's TIFF Critics Night guest, Susan G. Cole introduces a screening of Mustang on January 26th! more

NOW in the media

Win a pair of tickets to see non-fiction writer Åsne Seierstad in conversation with NOW's Susan G. Cole on October 28th at Lakeside Terrace! more

Art & Books

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Jonathan Prime

There's too many ABBA deep cuts and not enough Meryl Streep, but plenty of eye candy plus Cher and Dancing Queen more

Reviews

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Jeremy Daniel (www.jeremydanielp

Director Bartlett Sher makes a valiant attempt to rehabilitate this decades-old show but the sexism and exoticism are still problematic more

Musicals

Director Haifaa Al-Mansour's period film sinks into melodrama at times more

Reviews

Documentary on the Oslo Accord shows how close we came to peace in Israel-Palestine... and then along came Netanyahu more

Reviews

Paul McCartney just appeared on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke and released two songs from his upcoming album Egypt Station. Why is everyone ignoring his awful vocals? more

Music

Birding memoir takes $20,000 prize for excellence in writing by an Ontario author more

Books

Here are some titles, published over the last year, to be proud of more

Books

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Makeda Zook by Rachel Jobson/Sadie Epstein-Fine by Amy Gottlieb

Collection of essays by people brought up in queer families is bold, inspiring, and sometimes heartbreaking more

Books

Meredith Willson’s paean to the power of music strikes a chord at Stratford more

Musicals

Andrea Horwath

Michael Watier

The Orange wave is nowhere near cresting, with the NDP doubling their number of seats and coming extremely close – within 500 votes – to beating the PCs in half a dozen ridings more

News

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Tom Sandler

This year's winner proves the award is committed to celebrating new voices more

Books

Documentary tracking a war crimes trial packs a ton of info and issues into a powerful pic more

Reviews

Morgan Neville’s film shows how the TV icon fearlessly dealt with profound issues on his show for preschoolers more

Reviews

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Yuula Benivolski

The Toronto author on learning to listen, Afro-pessimism and poetic anger more

Books

Celebrate these writers for their contributions, but know that new generations of writers, with women leading the way, are creating new priorities more

Books

Doc about queer Swedish rapper Silvana Imam could be this year's Chavela more

Reviews

But, unlike in his Oscar winning A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio doesn’t convey the essence of his central character’s inner conflict more

Reviews

An ambitious young activist must come to grips with her personal idol in the author's wily new novel, The Female Persuasion more

Books

Local director takes down Hollywood's now most famous abuser of power for sexual gain – but drops the ball on the #MeToo movement more

Interviews & Features

From Disobedience, featuring Rachels Weisz and McAdams as Orthodox Jewish women in love, to the doc about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this year's TJFF screens many much-anticipated films more

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