Geist 98

Geist 98, Fall 2015. Michel Huneault's Syrian refugee photography. Ivan Coyote on feeling handsome, not pretty. Sara Cassidy on self-portraiture in Canada. A 4-day forecast by M.A.C. Farrant. Eve Corbel's Greeting Cards for Tiny Occasions.

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Also in Geist 98:

  • Michał Kozłowski talks tchotchkes, pork chops and salt mines
  • Rob Kovitz poses life's tough questions
  • Rosamond Norbury's bearded ladies
  • Luke MacLean photographs his Quebecois muse
  • Małgorzata Nowaczyk's grandmother runs contraband and hunts pigeons
  • Daniel Francis on Canada's embarrassingly undemocratic origin story
  • The near-identical speed paintings of Levine Flexhaug
  • Raoul Fernandes' drunken mailman and tailless tabby
  • Stephen Henighan on the divisive nature of St. Petersburg
  • Gustave Morin creates ASCII art
  • David McGimpsey's catnip for Canadians
  • Kafka in Clayton, Oklahoma by Réal Godbout
  • Joey Comeau writes a cover letter to Neopost
  • Anna Banana's lick-n-stick postage stamp art
  • D.M. Fraser and the myth of cultural identity
  • and more!
  • (See complete Table of Contents here)

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