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Priscila Uppal tries the cashew juice but refuses the hot-dogs when she visits her runaway mother in Brazil. more »

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From the essay "Lonely Man", Foncie took three photos of a man named Osvaldo during the 1950s. more »

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From "Come Cold River," a collection of poetry revealing critical insights about her family and Canada. more »

Poetry

Some four hundred people have jumped off the Bloor Street Viaduct since it was built in 1919, or roughly one every three weeks—if you're keeping ghoulish score. more »

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Entries from the index of "An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth" by Chris Hadfield, a memoir of his service as Commander of the International Space Station. more »

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A soldier is shot and a preacher's wife abandons her virtue in narratives that blend fact and fiction. more »

Prose

The imperialist dream: generations of offspring and a machine gun in every window. more »

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A compendium of 90-ish facts & stats to salute Geist 90. more »

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Cobwebs and evergreens are what remains at the family cabin. more »

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Three young boys enjoy a carefree day at the beach. more »

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