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Eve Corbel draws emoji you can use when Mercury is in retrograde, when you've eaten too much hot sauce and during other specific times of need. more

Dispatches

Mary Schendlinger reviews SayWha?!, a monthly evening of “readings of deliciously rotten writing”. more

Reviews

"The waiting room was filled with junkies. During my visit, the doctor almost fell asleep. He sent me for some tests, but lost the results." more

FICTION

A compendium of 90-ish facts & stats to salute Geist 90. more

Comix

Kelsea O'Connor reviews Let's Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson, a lighthearted look at the embarrassing moments in the author's life. more

Reviews

Priests lie in the road, women kiss paintings and hostages crack jokes. more

Prose

A poetic tribute to men's rear-ends. more

Dispatches 2 Comments

L.M. Montgomery endures the company of an unpleasant house visitor. more

, FINDINGS

For creative people who fear that the muses have deserted us, when in fact they have slipped quietly into the 21st century. more

Comix

"1861–65: American Civil War. Canada invents popcorn and takes to the sidelines." The history of Canadian-American relations, an excerpt from "America, But Better." more

, FINDINGS

Lorenzo Sweet endured heartbreak, skittishness and strikes of lightening to become the greatest hockey player ever. more

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An unassuming hooded sweatshirt proves to be more than simple outerwear. Eve Corbel recounts her run-ins with the False Recognition Hoodie. more

Comix 3 Comments

"Naked men. At each other all the time, all day long. I can’t get it out of my head." more

FICTION 3 Comments

In Katie Daubs' short fiction, a father writes a deathbed letter to his children, explaining the surprising way he really met their mother. more

Short Stories 1 Comments

"You know, Superman, sometimes you can be a real prick." more

Poetry 2 Comments

Need to ask your mother for money for an unexpected expense? This template letter teaches you how. more

ETC

A list of possible forthcoming titles in a choose-your-own-adventure series. more

Lists

Learn to shave like a poet: the beard must be worn with a thoughtful and forlorn expression. more

, Prose

An illustrated how-to guide for decorating your office cubicle from Doug Savage's Savage Chickens. more

Comix

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WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

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

Aggro, Prince George BC

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