Posts Tagged ‘women writers’
She was an avant-garde artist who once practised striptease for a book, but she longed to write a novel for a bigger audience
by Nicholas Köhler - Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Barbara Amiel on literary greats and everyday heroes
by Barbara Amiel - Thursday, April 25, 2013
The star and creator of the hit HBO show on set in New York
by Rosemary Counter - Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Women are a big part of the audience, so why don’t hosts like Jay Leno hire any as writers?
by Jaime Weinman - Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Week in pictures
Will Canada Post survive?
As Charlie Gillis explains, its five-point plan buys time, but it’s no cure for the post office’s ills
Christmas presents for Stephen Harper, Kim and Kanye, and other newsmakers
Gift ideas from the Maclean’s staff
A tale of two tax cuts
Stephen Gordon explains why it’s pointless to talk about raising corporate income taxes
Bixi’s broken spokes
Is the bike-sharing program a victim of its own success, or just a horribly thought-out business model?
Pageantry around Mandela’s death belies realities of life in South Africa
Away from the international headlines, the reality is less dramatic
‘I want the Iranian government to release my son’: father of jailed blogger speaks
Hossein Ronaghi’s father fears his son will die in prison
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