Recommended Reading List
RMB: The Manifestos
Download list
Please login or register to use this feature.

RMB: The Manifestos

By rmbooks
2 ratings
rated!
rated!
RMB has created one of the most unique, non-fiction series in Canadian publishing. The books in this collection are literary, critical and cultural studies that are provocative, passionate and populist in nature. The goal is to encourage debate and help facilitate change whenever and wherever possible. Books in this uniquely packaged, hardcover series are limited to a minimum / maximum of 20,000 - 25,000 words. They're enlightening to read and attractive to hold. Perfect to display in your library, bookstore or personal collection.
The Grizzly Manifesto

The Grizzly Manifesto

In Defence of the Great Bear
edition:eBook
also available: Hardcover

Provocative, passionate and populist, RMB Manifestos are short and concise non-fiction books of literary, critical, and cultural studies.

The grizzly bear, once the archetype for all that is wild, is quickly becoming a symbol of nature’s fierce but flagging resilience in the face of human greed and ignorance—and the difficulty a wealth-addicted society has in changing its ways.

North America’s grizzlies have been under siege ever since Europeans arrived. They’d survived the arrival of spea …

More Info
Denying the Source

Denying the Source

The Crisis of First Nations Water Rights
edition:Hardcover
also available: eBook

First Nations are facing some of the worst water crises in Canada and throughout North America. Their widespread lack of access to safe drinking water receives ongoing national media attention, and yet progress addressing the causes of the problem is painfully slow. First Nations have had little say in how their waters are, or are not, protected. They have been excluded from many important decisions, as provinces operate under the view that they own the water resources within provincial boundari …

More Info
The Weekender Effect

The Weekender Effect

Hyperdevelopment in Mountain Towns
edition:Hardcover
also available: eBook

Praise for The Weekender Effect:

 

What happens to paradise when you carve it up into lots and sell it? Bob Sandford writes about it with clarity and a deep love of the places he knows so well. Sandford's story of one town's mutation from a quiet mountain haven to an overcrowded, generic 'outpost of globalization' is essential reading for those who care about community and our last few glorious spaces. —Thomas Wharton, author of Icefields, Salamander and The Logogryph

 

Equal parts manifesto, me …

More Info
comments powered by Disqus

There are two ways to make a reading list

This way:

  1. Click the "Create a New List" button just above this panel.
  2. Add as many books as you wish using the built-in search on the list edit page.

Or that way:

  1. Go to any book page.
  2. In the right-hand column, click on "Add to List." A drop-down menu will appear.
  3. From the drop-down menu, either add your book to a list you have already created or create a new list.
  4. View and edit your lists anytime on your profile page.
X
Contacting facebook
Please wait...