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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

This year's top books speak to the way in which literature continues to feature powerfully diverse voices more

Books

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Mark Johnson

Charming and candid conversational doc stars Dames Maggie Smith, Joan Plowright, Eileen Atkins and Judi Dench more

Reviews

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Dahlia Katz

Sharp writing and skilled performances make this play a fascinating take on memory and denial more

Theatre

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Jeremy Mimnagh

Minimalist stage show about an emotionally charged trip to Poland demonstrates the power of theatre to make you think and feel more

Theatre

This moody and mysterious film mesmerizes with its unsettling take on statelessness more

Reviews

In Olga Chajdas’s film, a woman seeks a surrogate mother and then falls in love with her more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

But the play, though written with passion, feels strangely unfinished more

Theatre

Our picks for the 39th annual literary fest include Esi Edugyan, Roddy Doyle, Miriam Toews and Buffy Sainte-Marie more

Books

Documentary about Hasidic women fighting to create an all-female emergency force will surprise you more

Reviews

The polarizing Toronto author is up for the prestigious award, as are Esi Edugyan and Patrick DeWitt – but Rawi Hage and Tanya Tagaq were shut out more

Books

Actors are superb but it’s Lucy Kirkwood’s expertly constructed play that is the star more

Theatre

But despite the rich lesbian content, the biopic about France's best-selling author is deeply flawed more

Reviews

As the supportive spouse of a Nobel Prize winner, she shows love, forbearance and tons of range more

Reviews

A trove of stock footage and the subject’s own candour help boost this HBO documentary more

Reviews

After four years out of the public spotlight, the disgraced former CBC Radio star remains all ego, with no sense of what he did wrong and no intention of doing anything to make himself accountable more

News

The iconic actor makes you forget the film’s basic flaws more

Reviews

The glorious Julianne Moore is the best reason to see this American adaptation of Sebastián Lelio's Chilean film more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Keira Knightley shines as France's bestselling author, and the lesbian content is rich, but the biopic is deeply flawed more

Toronto International Film Festival 2018

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Samuel Engelking

Prolific writer is releasing two new books and a third is shortlisted for the Toronto Book Awards more

Books

The real-life Ganderites who welcomed stranded passengers during 9/11 are as compelling as their musical counterparts more

TV & Streaming