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The Dog

The real story of the Brooklyn bank robber from "Dog Day Afternoon." more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

The Penthouse, the notorious Vancouver night club, shares a history with several of the city's missing women cases. more

Columns

A review of The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt, winner of Governor-General's Literary Award, the Writers' Trust Fiction Prize, shortlisted for the Giller and the Man Booker Prize. more

Reviews

Compared to today's vile heros, Ned Kelly-the Australian outlaw who wrote the angry, articulate Jerilderie letter in 1879-seems as innocent as an ogre-slaughtering hero of fairy tales. more

Essays

A new dispatch from Geist's 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition."How did more shots fired represent what we miss in life, in city life?"  more

Dispatches 4 Comments

Honourable mention in the 3rd Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest. more

Postcard Story Contest

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