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Geist 84, Spring, 2012
Connie Kuhns thinks back to her father's last days, Jane Silcott explores mimicry in a motel and Jeremy Dodds creates his own Canadian anthem.
Geist 83, Winter, 2011
Veronica Gaylie shares a plane ride with Trevor Linden, Stephen Henighan remembers Mavis Gallant and Ted Bishop interviews Edith and Frank Iglauer.
Geist 82, Fall, 2011
Marcello Di Cintio travels to the l’Acadie fence, Michael Turner rereads D.M. Fraser's Class Warfare and Rebecca Dolen creates a map of Literary Life in Vancouver.
Geist 81, Summer, 2011
Rhonda Waterfall visits a relative's grave in France, George Webber seeks out Diane Arbus's apartment and Stephen Osborne pays tribute to Robert Service.
Geist 78/79, Fall & Winter, 2010
Annabel Lyon talks with Edith Iglauer, leannej offers a flowchart on running and Alberto Manguel considers the concept of Hell in this special double issue, which features selections from 20 years of Geist.
Geist 72, Spring, 2009
Ann Diamond meets Leonard Cohen, Evelyn Lau celebrates the memory of John Updike and Stephen Osborne sees a future of uncertainty.
Geist 68, Spring, 2008
Susan Bozic dates a mannequin, Marjorie Wonham deals with snail mail and Daniel Francis reveals the identity crises of Canadian provinces.
Geist 67, Winter, 2007
Norbert Ruebsaat visits Berlin, Alberto Manguel reviews a film about the north and George Fetherling thinks about camouflage clothing.
Geist 66, Fall, 2007
Sheila Heti writes about men at a Las Vegas casino, George Webber photographs the St. Louis Hotel and Sara Cassidy thinks back to the past.