as if by ritual, I enter a polemic of loss, wherein the axis…
Browsing: CNQ 111
A poet finds poetry in his father’s shrinking world.
Wrestling with William Hoffer’s ghost.
T’es icitte, là: A dream of language.
An Alistair MacLeod story set in Cape Breton is brought to life in Scotland.
Narrators completely assured of their moral compass and high intelligence, whatever their gender or background, are insufferable.
On Clark Blaise’s short fiction.
Curious Canadian historical weather events.
Marshmallow Magic is a guide to a previously unrecorded Canadian artform: diminutive sculptures constructed from…
At the beginning of Bystander, Mike Steeves’ sophomore novel, the as-yet unnamed narrator makes a…