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Geist 111, Winter 2018. 
AnnMarie MacKinnon locates a chicken at large; Carla Nappi reimagines Plato’s Symposium; Ola Szczecinska visits Warsaw to keep from losing her memories; Michal Kozlowski tours Rideau Hall during the Governor General’s Literary Awards; Alberto Manguel considers the subversive nature of reading. 


Also in Geist 111:

Lost City Photographs by Ian MacEachern

Epictetus on the road to success

Matt Snell on healing hands in Peterborough

Terese Marie Mailhot talks to Paul Simon on the phone

Gwen Benaway’s Curiosities

André Alexis on Dull Patch, Ontario

Katharena Vermette’s when Louis Riel went crazy

Eve Joseph reaches out

Han Fusen on moolah, multiculturalism and the secret pickle ingredient

Proust, Powell, Ferrante and Knausgaard duke it out in the ring

The curious case of Virginia Woolf and 4chan

Mary Schendlinger delves into the difficulties of translating Natalia Ginzburg

Winners of the First Annual Geist Work Shanty Writing Contest

…and the world’s most difficult crossword puzzle!

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