Go Home Print has a Message for TRB Readers


With their new quarterly magazine, Go Home Print collaborators Emma Sharpe, Shanley Maguire and Rhodi Iliadou say they “want to create a beautiful printed object that you can hold in your hands.” Sounds good to us. Here’s their message to TRB readers: Our first issue of Go Home Magazine, which launched in November 2012, had a niche feeling to it, focusing solely on analogue...

Happy Holidays! See you in 2013!


Dearest readers, Chirograph is taking a break over the holiday season. But we will be back in the new year, with all the great coverage you’ve come to expect from us, plus some new features and series. Until then, we wish you and yours the happiest of holidays and a great start to 2013! Sincerely, The Toronto Review of Books and Chirograph staff P.S. Keep reading! Hoping your holidays are spent...

Oh Hello SummerWorks! Win tickets to Ajax (por nobody)


Huzzah, Toronto—SummerWorks festival begins tonight! We’re looking forward in particular to Sean Dixon’s France, or the Niqab, inspired by one of the beloved Tabatha Southey’s columns, as well as TRB contributor Zack Russell’s staging of the famously “unstageable” Ajax (por nobody) by Alice Tuan. In Tuan’s play, which promises sex games, water fights, and...