Issue 94, Fall 2014
Deirdre Dore, "The Wise Baby"
Jen Osborne, "Der Indianer"
Stephen Smith, "Rinkside Intellectuals"
NOTES & DISPATCHES
Stephen Osborne, "Dream Counsels"
Paul DeLorme, "Escapist"
Jerome Stueart, "Road Trip"
Dylan Gyles, "Floating"
Eve Corbel, "Yes, No, Goodbye"
Jan Feduck, "Hurricane Diary"
Sadiqa de Meijer, "Because There Was and There Wasn't a City"
David Campion, "Shot"
Jacob Wren, "A Kind of Dream Therapy"
Maude Barlow, "Water Market"
Priscila Uppal, "Absent Mother"
Jane Rule, "Obsession"
Greg Santos, "Thinking About Moose"
"Elevator Will Not Fall"
Paul Vermeersch, "Tea Has Been"
Vivek Shraya, "The Best Gay"
Meags Fitzgerald, "Phototeria"
Earle Birney and Al Purdy, "Sackcloth Missionaries"
"Natural Born Leaders"
Ford Pier, "Occam's Depilatory"
"Iberian Duet" by Stephen Henighan, Afterlife of Culture
"Not Finishing" by Alberto Manguel, City of Words
"When Treatment Becomes Torture" by Daniel Francis, National Dreams
AnnMarie MacKinnon, "Ectoplasmic"
Melissa Edwards, "Oddlandia: The Canadian Map of Oddballs and Misfits"
ENDNOTES: Featuring reviews of
The World of Yesterday by Stefan Zweig
Hatebeak, a death metal band from Baltimore
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed
South of Elfrida by Holley Rubinsky
Promised Lands, a film by Susan Sontag
Seconds by Brian Lee O'Malley
Technocreep by Thomas P. Keenan
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever? by Dave Eggers
American Smoke by Iain Sinclair
Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington
And the GEIST CRYPTIC CROSSWORD!