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January 2019

We have a great selection of books lined up for the spring, but this month we're releasing three brilliant titles you definitely should know about and have several author events, which are definitely worth braving the winter weather for.
The six week strike that changed Canada forever
1919: A Graphic History of the Winnipeg General Strike
1919: A Graphic History of the Winnipeg General Strike
By The Graphic History Collective and David Lester

Coming January 22, 2019

"Read this book. Learn from the truth it shares and think about the questions it raises. And then ask some of your own, like: ‘When do we do it again?"

– Monique Woroniak, librarian in Winnipeg, co-founder

For the union makes us strong
Direct Action Gets the Goods
Direct Action Gets the Goods: A Graphic History of the Strike in Canada
By the Graphic History Collective with Althea Balmes, Gord Hill, and more

Coming January 22, 2019

"The Graphic History Collective shows us that art can inspire hope for radical social change."

– Noam Chomsky, author of Manufacturing Consent, Understanding Power, and Who Rules the World?

A counter-narrative to the usual rags-to-riches story
The Montreal Shtetl
The Montreal Shtetl: Making Home After the Holocaust

By Zelda Abramson and John Lynch

Coming January 29, 2019


"A moving and long-needed contribution to Canadian Jewish immigrant history."

– Fraidie Martz, author of Open Your Hearts: The Story of the Jewish Was Orphans in Canada



David Austin

Between the Lines and the Ottawa International Writers Festival present:

David Austin in Conversation with the CBC's Adrian Harewood

January 22, 7:30 pm at the National Arts Centre, Alan and Roula Rossy Pavilion,1 Elgin Street Ottawa, ON

Silvia Federici

Between the Lines and the University of Toronto present:

Silvia Federici on Re-enchanting the World: Feminism and the Politics of the Commons

January 22, 4:00 pm at the Victoria College Chapel,
91 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON

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