Anna Porter: Author and Publisher
Buying a Better World, George Soros and Billionaire Philanthropy
Announcing the March 2015 publication of Buying a Better World: George Soros and Billionaire Philanthropy
Thomas Allen/Dundurn, Canada
He has been called “the only private citizen with his own foreign policy,” and there is no doubt that George Soros plays a unique and unprecedented role: a billionaire social activist pursuing his own specific ideas for transforming the world into a more progressive and democratic society.
The Ghosts of Europe: Journeys through Central Europe’s Troubled Past and Uncertain Future
One of the country’s most distinguished writers and publishers returns to her roots to explore the consequences of democracy in the former Hapsburg lands. The Ghosts of Europe is a compelling exploration of power, nationalism, racism and denial in nations with a tumultuous history and an uncertain future. [more]
Kasztner’s Train: The True Story of Rezso Kasztner, Unknown Hero of the Holocaust
Kasztner’s Train is the true, heart-wrenching tale of Hungary’s own Oskar Schindler, a lawyer and journalist named Rezso Kasztner who rescued thousands of Hungarian Jews during the last chaotic days of World War II — and the ultimate price he paid. [more]
Winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award for History and the Nereus Writers’ Trust Non-Fiction Prize.
“It is Anna Porter’s consummate art as a storyteller that makes this true tale of how a group of Hungarian Jews escaped the Holocaust so compelling. This is a must read that must become a must-see movie.”
— Peter C. Newman, author and Holocaust escapee
Allan Gregg in Conversation
TVO host Allan Gregg interviews Anna Porter about eastern Europe’s transition from communism to democracy (Allan Gregg in Conversation, June 21, 2011).