A response to John Metcalf’s “The Worst Truth.”
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A response to John Metcalf’s Temerity & Gall.
I met Milt in the mid-1970s. My wife and I had moved to Toronto in 1975 after graduating from Trent…
In the beginning lush San Diego was the Garden of Eden. At the end, when the tall steel gates closed…
I walk into Librairie St. Henri on a bright, snowy February day.
Rob Taylor’s fourth book of poetry, Strangers, masterfully holds together the contradictions of being fully alive in a world of…
CanLit has become less about art and aesthetics than about morality and politics.
Our popular national myth has it wrong: Canada has always prioritized the transport of goods over people.
In a time of supposed reconciliation, what role do monuments to colonialization play?
An American Canadian wrestles with family and racism in the age of Trump.