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Americosis

By Sam Forster

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"Virtually every problem with the modern American mode of living stems from three major cultural characteristics: a pathological attachment to the automobile, a horrifying apathy toward the obesity epidemic, and a deeply engrained fetishization of employment."

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The trends, personalities, and happenings that dominated the bleeding edge of Japanese pop culture before global media.

Mondo Tokyo

“If something is worth doing, it’s worth overdoing”
– Toller Cranston

Toller Cranston

World's Fastest Man*

For two days in late September 1988, Canada’s Ben Johnson was the most celebrated athlete on the planet.

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Welcome to Canada's Newest Nonfiction Publisher

Founded in 2017 by Canadian author and publishing executive Kenneth Whyte. Sutherland House is a new Toronto-based publisher of non-fiction books for global English-language audiences. We specialize in narrative works of biography, memoir, history, business, culture, and current affairs.

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Founded in 2017 by Canadian author and publishing executive Kenneth Whyte. Sutherland House is a new Toronto-based publisher of non-fiction books for global English-language audiences. We specialize in narrative works of biography, memoir, history, business, culture, and current affairs.

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Sutherland Quarterly is a new series of captivating essays on current affairs by some of Canada’s best writers, published individually as books and also available by annual subscription at
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The 10 Books You Should Be Reading This September

This year has been a dizzying one so far, and it’s not over yet. So it seems entirely appropriate that September brings with it a number of books that attempt to grapple with the world we live in — whether it’s Naomi Klein and Cory Doctorow exploring the effects of

Fashioning The Beatles

John, Paul, George, and Ringo were more than great musicians: they were the quintessential fashion icons of one of the most exciting and memorable fashion eras of all time. From their starts in black leather through Sgt. Pepper to Nehru collars and psychedelia, the Beatles used clothing to express their

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