Leonard Cohen

The Leonard Cohen You Don’t Know

A new exhibition, filled with notebooks, photos and intimate archival materials, unveils a yet-unseen side of the Canadian icon’s creative life.

The bountiful afterlife of Leonard Cohen

Cohen lives on with a new book, and a new album is even in the offing

For Leonard Cohen, a career retrospective unlike any other

A Montreal museum showcases new work from Canada and beyond, commissioned to honour the legend

Late artists’ last lesson: Rage against the dying of the light

What the final efforts of David Bowie, Leonard Cohen and 2016’s many departed stars tell us about how to live

Robert Lantos remembers his friend, Leonard Cohen

The noted film producer on how he followed Leonard Cohen—right to the end, to his L.A. memorial

Canadians share how Leonard Cohen touched our lives

Canadians shared their stories of Leonard Cohen—meeting him in Montreal, engaging with his poetry, loving his music, and more

Saying goodnight to the grocer of despair

A look at Leonard Cohen’s remarkable later years, a fairy-tale redemption that masked the darkness that truly defined his career

What Montreal meant to Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen’s beloved Montreal went beyond the neighbourhoods of his youth, beyond the Jewish quarters in Westmount

‘The heart will not retreat’: How we loved Leonard Cohen

From 2016: Brian D. Johnson on the private and permanent connections Leonard Cohen’s fans felt for him

How to go on, after Leonard Cohen

Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall on a week—a year—that has sapped so many, and how losing Leonard Cohen urges us to stay strong

‘Leonard, we appreciate the gift.’ In appreciation of Leonard Cohen

Brian D. Johnson’s never-before-published ode to ‘our scout on the front lines of love, guiding us into the beauty of the moment, but with a cautionary word’

Leonard Cohen recites ‘In Flanders Fields’

Listen to the late great poet read Lt.-Col. John McCrae’s signature Remembrance Day poem