Oliver Ho is a writer, editor and content manager with over 20 years of professional experience in a wide variety of fields in the public and private sectors. A successful author, he has published several books for children, and his work has appeared in many print and online publications, including Descant, The New Quarterly, and PopMatters. His media work includes groundbreaking and innovative back-to-back roles as the Front Page Editor at two of the largest web portals in Canada: MSN Canada and Yahoo! Canada. Currently, he works as a Manager of Communications at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. His website is www.OliverHo.ca.
A series of poetic meditations on "the madness of puppets", this brief but dense book fascinates as much as its uncanny subject matter.
02 Feb 2012
The Texas Chainsaw maestro pens a fun, self-referential novel about a haunted horror movie... or does he?
18 Sep 2011
Literature abounds with collections of imaginary books. This whimsical and stimulating little book offers a glimpse at the blurbs on their covers.
21 Jul 2011
This is the second of a three-part series of articles about Kill Shakespeare, each featuring an exclusive interview with the comic's co-creators Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery. Read part one.
19 Apr 2011
This three-part series examines the extraordinary Kill Shakespeare, and each part includes an exclusive interview with the comic's creators. This is part one.
06 Apr 2011
A head trip that matches (and often surpasses) the weirdest of North America’s classic underground comix, this anthology introduces English readers to the wild world of alternative manga.
24 Feb 2011
This massive and potentially lethal anthology -- thick enough to stop a small-calibre bullet and heavy enough to knock somebody out -- presents a surprisingly varied collection of 'bleak and nihilistic' tales and establishes a powerful new definition of 'noir'.
20 Feb 2011
"Why do you go on living?” Slacker icon Buddy Bradley articulated his ambition in 1990’s “My Pad and Welcome To It”, the first issue of Peter Bagge’s Hate.
14 Feb 2011
With its conclusion possible in 2011, Sin Titulo stands as one of the year’s most anticipated comics.
31 Jan 2011
A reprint of a classic '70s comic triggers schoolyard memories of an odd kid, and reignites a personal interest in the “big blue boy scout”
25 Jan 2011
Jiro Taniguchi celebrates the dreamlike and fleeting happiness to be found on a simple walk in a peaceful part of town.
17 Jan 2011
Indie auteur's return to crime showcases taut storytelling and moments of film-influenced, surreal suspense.
10 Jan 2011
A scholarly trickster makes mischief with intellectual property, and dubs Benjamin Franklin America's "founding pirate".
23 Dec 2010
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