Kelli Maria Korducki is a journalist and cultural critic. Her byline has appeared frequently in the Globe and Mail and National Post, as well as in the New Inquiry, NPR, the Walrus, Vice, and the Hairpin. She was nominated for a 2015 National Magazine Award for 'Tiny Triumphs,' a 10,000-word meditation on the humble hot dog for Little Brother . A former editor-in-chief of the popular daily news blog Torontoist, Korducki is based in Brooklyn and Toronto.
Are you sick of cliché greeting cards and empty capitalist gestures? Flowers and chocolates not doing it for you? Here’s a Valentine’s Day reading list featuring some fantastically unconventional indie books that challenge and expand our definition of “love.” Dark, ... Read more
Whether your modus operandi is hopeless romantic or you're more Galentine's Day than Valentine's Day, we have books to suit your flavour and drink pairings to match!
This week we got MLB-ready with a roundup of heavy hitters (baseball books), went behind-the-scenes with LGBTQ publisher Metonymy Press, compared poetry to ice cream for World Poetry Day, and more.
This year’s International Women’s Day is all about advocating for balance—whether it’s in the boardroom or on your own bookshelf. And while diversity in literature is something we should always be thinking about, a good first step toward gender-balance is celebrating ... Read more
Happy Valentine’s Day! Love it or hate it, it’s that one day of the year to celebrate that/those special someone(s) – even if it’s yourself! Love doesn’t fit a single mould, so no matter what kind of love you’re celebrating today, we've got a few lit picks to help ... Read more
Catch up on our love fest this week and our top reads.
A few months ago, an older male friend of mine texted unexpectedly with a recommendation, or maybe more accurately, a request: I should make sure to include somewhere in the book I was writing that romance is a lie. I wish someone had told me that years ago, he wrote. The remark ... Read more
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