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Joseph always told me, you belong to Newfoundland. Don’t call yourself a Canadian. You are an islander, despite an Alberta birth certificate. more

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"America. 2037. The country is a giant theme park. Cigarettes, alcohol, firearms and professional sports are outlawed." more

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"We haven’t slept since Saturday, we’ve been so excited by the arrival of a stranger, an odd sort of city mouse lost in the country." more

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From Chalk, winner of the 38th Annual International 3-Day Novel Contest. more

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"Nietzsche, for example, thought his pen was a hammer, but he may have been mistaken because German professors rarely did their own carpentry." more

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"I now know that every omelette, every angel cake, every soufflé, and every bucket of Colonel Sanders’ fried chicken brings us closer to a better, more intelligent world, where cruelty and pettiness do not exist." more

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Chapter 32 of Hal Niedzviecki's new novel, The Archaeologists, serialized in Geist and four other Canadian literary magazines. more

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Chapter 27 of Hal Niedzviecki's new novel, The Archaeologists, serialized in Geist and four other Canadian literary magazines. more

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Two motions with the knife, across the throat below the gills and along the bare length of the belly, like a Catholic crossing himself before a meal. more

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Chapter 22 of Hal Niedzviecki's new novel, The Archaeologists, serialized in Geist and four other Canadian literary magazines. more

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