DECEMBER 23, 2020 – Castle Faggot is a comedic straightforward novella of 85 pages by Derek McCormack with a bonus ten-page afterword by Zac Farley and Dennis Cooper. That last part exists as defense and praise for what I gather is a departure from DM’s normal writing. I admit to being innocent of reading Mr. […]
CFN – An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth is one of the finest non-fiction books that I have ever read. At first I thought it was just going to be a chronicle of the author’s trip to space and back but it is much more than that. In the book Chris Hadfield not […]
CFN – I was delighted to be asked to review W. Brett Wilson’s book “Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes”. For those of you who have watched “Dragon’s Den” you may be familiar with him. A highly successful business man and philanthropist, his principles for business should be taught to every MBA student. If all Corporate […]
Joe Clark’s new book How We Lead: Canada in a Century of Change (Random House Canada, 273 pages) Reviewed by PJ Robertson
Intriguing title for a wise, well-researched and timely book.
CFN – How We Lead covers past, present, and future, “we” being Canada as a whole— citizens, businesses, corporations, NGOs and “not just governments,” Clark insists. And, importantly, Canada’s reputation in the world. What kind of leadership, he asks, have we shown in a changing world over the past century up until today? […]