“When they got home, Josephine refused to move her beloved dog Fortuné off the bed to make room for Napoleon. When his mistress’ new husband tried to push him aside, the pug bit him. Sometimes dogs just know.”
Even the Reign of Terror was no match for a determined young woman with a pug and a prophecy on her side.
In third-century Syria, a widowed monarch dared to be wildly ambitious — and almost brought the Roman Empire to its knees.
Kings and popes thought she was their pawn. The Merchant’s Daughter begged to differ.
As Canada’s most beloved band prepares for their final concert, 27 writers pay homage to the Tragically Hip’s long, prolific career.
Anne Thériault traces a lifetime of gendered violence, assault, harassment, and threats starting at age six in this brutal but important read.