This column invites readers to share their favorite nonfiction books in print. Memoirs, travel writing, nature writing, essay collections, biography, and true adventure are all welcome in these capsule reviews—both of new books and of old favorites still available. Our aim is to keep the best nonfiction alive in a reader-to-reader kind of way. If you have books that you'd like to recommend in this column, contact Mimi Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canetti, Elias, 1905- Agony of flies: notes and notations.
Broch de Rothermann, H. F., tr.
Cioran, E. M. (Emile M.), 1911- All gall is divided.
Howard, Richard, 1929-, tr.
Richardson, James, 1950- Vectors: aphorisms and ten-second essays.
Aphorisms and apothegms.
Imagining Ourselves: Classics of Canadian Non-Fiction, and: Going Some Place: Creative Non-Fiction Across Canada, and: Crisp Blue Edges: Indigenous Creative Non-Fiction (review) [Access article in HTML][Access article in PDF] Subject Headings:
Francis, Daniel, ed. Imagining ourselves: classics of Canadian non-fiction.
Van Luven, Marlene A. D. Lynne, 1947-, ed. Going some place: creative non-fiction across Canada.
Marsden, Rasunah, 1949-, ed. Crisp blue edges: indigenous creative non-fiction.