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The Red Kite, a painting by Soizick Meister

Honourable mention in the 2009 Fortune Cookie Contest. more

Fortune Cookie Contest 3 Comments

Want to know what a misplaced modifier looks like? How about a dangling participle? Look no further. more

Comix 3 Comments

Winner of the 2009 Downtown Eastside Writers' Jamboree Writing Contest. more

DTES Writing Contest

All the evidence suggested Serbian cricket was in tatters. more

Prose

A misogynist, a racist and an academic walk into a bar... more

Columns 8 Comments

Who compiled the found photo album of women who worked together at the potato chip factory in the 1940s? The answer is in the images, but you have to know where to look. more

PHOTOGRAPHY

Michael Hayward reviews The Paris Review Interviews, IV (Picador). more

Reviews

Barbara Stewart reviews Captain Alex MacLean by Don MacGillivray (UBC Press). more

Reviews 1 Comments

Sarah Maitland reviews The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (Random House). more

Reviews

Dan Post reviews Level 26: Dark Origins by Anthony E. Zuiker (Dutton). more

Reviews

Michael Hayward reviews Eat, Memory: Great Writers at the Table (Norton). more

Reviews 1 Comments

Kris Rothstein reviews The Virgin Spy by Krista Bridges (Douglas & McIntyre). more

Reviews

Jenny Kent reviews Palpasa Café by Narayan Wagle (Publication Nepa~laya). more

Reviews

Kris Rothstein reviews Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks by Ethan Gilsdorf (Lyons Press). more

Reviews 1 Comments

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a painting by Soizick Meister

Honourable mention in the 2009 Fortune Cookie Contest. more

Fortune Cookie Contest

From Noise from the Laundry, published by Talonbooks in 2008. more

Poetry 4 Comments

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Edsel L at flickr.com

From Prairie Fire, Volume 29, No. 2 (Summer 2008). more

FINDINGS

In the home for unwed mothers, as she waits for me to be born, one word in Cree is spoken over and again in her head—macitwawiskwesis, bad girl. more

FACT

You have been followed by a writer: a spy with a panic attack. more

Prose 2 Comments

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What’s the difference between weather and weather conditions? CBC Radio hosts use both, in equally solemn voices, but “weather conditions” sounds somehow more threatening than “weather.” Is it?

—Evelyn, Cyberspace

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