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“Thank Christ,” says Dieter when I finally wake up. “I thought you were dead.” more

Dispatches

At Au Lutin Qui Bouffe, patrons were photographed pulling the tail of a beribboned piglet that was wheeled on a cart from table to table. more

PHOTOGRAPHY

Michael Hayward reviews What Poets Are Like by Gary Soto. more

Reviews

Michael Hayward reviews The Old Castle’s Secret by Carl Barks. more

Reviews

Michael Hayward reviews Cascadia: The Life and Breath of the World, co-edited by Trevor Carolan and Frank Stewart. more

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Selections from ةيلمع Operación Operation Opération 作业 Oперация (“operation” in each official United Nations language), a poem by Moez Surani consisting of the names of military operations carried out by UN member states. more

FACT

Patty Osborne reviews four new books from Mansfield Press. more

Reviews

Mandelbrot reviews Vanishing Point, a documentary by Stephen A. Smith and Julia Szucs. more

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Dylan Gyles reviews They Never Told Me and Other Stories by Austin Clarke. more

Reviews

Mandelbrot reviews Maps of Paradise by Alessandro Scafi, a history of humanity's attempts to locate utopia. more

Reviews

Roni Simunovic reviews Ashley Little's BC Book Prize-winning novel, Anatomy of a Girl Gang, which follows the story of five teenage girls growing up in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. more

Reviews

Shall I compare thee to a summer chaos? more

POETRY

Patty Osborne reviews The Perimeter Dog by Julie Vandervoort. more

Reviews

Stephen Osborne reviews The Bourgeois: Between History and Literature by Franco Moretti. more

Reviews

Stephen Osborne's broken cellphone leads him to Schopenhauer, the Titanic publishing industry and historical Phantom Rides. more

Dispatches

Despite the distracting jewellery, the cleavage and the exercised bodies, we look in the mirror and say, What happened? By M.A.C. Farrant. more

Short Stories

Individual photographs of couples are superimposed to merge two partners into one person. more

, PHOTOGRAPHY

raspberry afternoons flat as the tides at White Rock, a saltwater bath, a kiss beneath the pylons, the barnacles, the greasy fish and chips more

POETRY

Shots of abandoned Olympic sites–decaying sports arenas and decrepit swimming pools. more

PHOTOGRAPHY

It's human nature to jump to the wrong conclusion–and stick with it. more

Essays

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Why did my history prof take off marks for writing that a certain general in history was “aggravating”?

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