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Paul Tough


Paul Tough is a contributing editor of Geist, a story editor at the New York Times Magazine and the editor of Open Letters. His piece "City Still Breathing" appears in Geist.

I wasn’t certain whether I was in Winnipeg because of the Weakerthans, or whether I cared about the Weakerthans because I care about Winnipeg. more

Essays

I’ve always resisted Sarah McLachlan, even when my heart and my ears wanted to give in to her songs. They seemed too middle-of-the-road, too angel-filled, too soft and girly, too Canadian. Then today I’m sitting at my desk on West 43rd Street in Manh more

Reviews

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