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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

Poetry

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

Prose

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