Friday, November 28, 2008

Charlotte Gray on that National Portrait Gallery thing

There is longform journalism in Canada. Charlotte Gray offers a thoughtful look at the imbroglio over the National Portrait Gallery in December's Literary Review of Canada, just coming online. Both letters in that issue are responses (one stone, one rose) to my November essay "Our Canadian Republic." I'm also given an, ah, searching analysis here at Janet Ajzenstat's blog.

And in shorter form journalism, my column in the December-January Beaver, now on the newsstands (and a very handsome issue it is) is about the Governor-General's powers from Harper-Jean to King-Byng. You should be subscribing, but it's up on The Beaver website now. I'll have it at my website soon.
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