Category Archives: Book Reviews

May 05

Godfather of Hip Hop Maestro Fresh Wes Inspires Kids of All Ages with New Book, Stick To Your Vision: Young Maestro Goes to School

Canada’s Godfather of Hip Hop Maestro Fresh Wes Inspires Kids of All Ages with New Book, Stick To Your Vision: Young Maestro Goes to School Canada’s indisputable Godfather of hip hop Maestro Fresh Wes has unveiled his newest release — an inspirational children’s book, Stick To Your Vision: Young Maestro Goes to School. Telling the tale […]

April 06

Filipina-Canadian Poet Alia Ceniza Rasul Announces Debut Collection of Comedic Poetry Super Important Filipina Thoughts

Filipina-Canadian PoetAlia Ceniza RasulAnnounces Debut Collection of Comedic PoetrySuper Important Filipina Thoughts Just in time for April, National Poetry Month, Tkaronto-based Filipina artist, comedian and producer Alia Ceniza Rasul is releasing her first book of hilariously irreverent poems entitled Super Important Filipina Thoughts. The collection reflects Rasul’s musings on identity, family, navigating relationships and friendships, and growing up Filipina. […]

March 12

“A Night Out” celebrates the glamourous nightlife we all miss, featuring top photographers, models, brands & hotels in a lush photobook launching Tues. March 30, to raise funds for Canadian healthcare workers

“A Night Out” celebrates the glamourous nightlife we all miss, featuring top photographers, models, brands & hotels in a lush photobook launching Tues. March 30,to raise funds for Canadian healthcare workers In a first for Canada, Toronto fashion photographer Isaiah Haber – www.isaiahhaberphotography.com – is thrilled to announce the production of a glamourous new charity photobook, “A Night […]

March 12

UCLA Friends Of Semel and Resnick Advisory Board Open Mind Program “And Then They Stopped Talking To Me”

UCLA’s Friends of the Semel Institute and Resnick Board for an Open Mind/#WOW program with Judith Warner, New York Times best-selling author of the critically acclaimed new book And Then They Stopped Talking to Me- Making Sense of Middle School. Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, Associate Professor at UCLA in the Department of Information Studies, will join Ms. Warner in […]

February 01

Author & Archivist Mike Carr Releases Second Instalment of Ongoing Series — Rock My World Canada: Canadian Blues Reference & Collectors Guide

Author & Archivist Mike Carr Releases Second Instalment of Ongoing Series — Rock My World Canada: Canadian Blues Reference & Collectors Guide Author, archivist, and self-starting music historian Mike Carr continues his journey to document the impassioned works of Canadian musicians with this, the second release in his ongoing series — Rock My World Canada: Canadian […]

January 30

Legendary Canadian Musician & Author Greg Godovitz Remains an Open Book When it Comes to Tales of the Road with Release of Up Close And Uncomfortable— Available Now!

Legendary Canadian musician and author Greg Godovitz, based in Toronto, continues to be an open book with the release of his new book, Up Close And Uncomfortable — available now!  As a member of Fludd, Godovitz held eight Top 10 hits — including SOCAN Hall of Fame inductees with over 100,000+ airplays a-piece,“Cousin Mary,” “Brother […]

December 21

Black Crowes Drummer & Co-Founder Steve Gorman-NEW Memoir, Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes

Black Crowes Drummer & Co-Founder Steve Gorman-NEW Memoir, Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes For over two decades, the Black Crowes topped the charts and reigned supreme over the radio waves, even as hair bands, grunge, and hip-hop threatened to dethrone them. With hits like “Hard to Handle,” “She Talks […]

December 18

The Go-Go’s KATHY VALENTINE – THE Music Bestseller of 2020: All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir

Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine’s story is a roller coaster of sex, drugs, and of course, music; it’s also a story of what it takes to find success and find yourself, even when it all comes crashing down. Kathy is available for Canadian media – now and into 2021!Amazon, Indigo and PDF copies available upon request Kathy Valentine […]

October 14

Canadians Daniel Tate & GRAMMY Award-Winning Rob Bowman Unleash Stunning Time Capsule of Toronto’s Most Iconic Concert Moments

The Flyer Vault: 150 Years of Toronto Concert History Features Foreword by Geddy Lee, Brings Mass-Followed Instagram Account to Life Available October 26, 2019 through Dundurn. First it was an Instagram must-follow, now it’s a book! From Duke Ellington to David Bowie to Daft Punk, Toronto has played host to many music legends, making its […]

October 08

BOOK LAUNCH/FUNDRAISER – THE AWESOME MUSIC PROJECT: AN EVENING OF STORIES, SONGS AND SCIENCE@The Gladstone Hotel-Thurs.,October 10th,2019

By Wayne Baggs The awesome music project explores the transformative power of music through sharing stories. This event will celebrate the release of the book The Awesome Music Project: Songs of Hope and Happiness by authors Robert Carli and Terry Stuart. This beautifully illustrated hard cover book shows how the power of music helps through […]

January 21

Book Review, “Fearless as Possible (Under the Circumstances)” – Denise Donlon

By Anderson Marshall Denise Donlon is a trailblazer in the Canadian cultural industries as a corporate leader, a broadcaster, a Feminist, and a social activist. One of Canada’s most celebrated and dynamic citizens, her just-released memoir, Fearless as Possible (Under the Circumstances) is one of the greatest books I’ve ever read. Let me know if […]