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Geist 117 
Jonathan Monpetit and the art of shaving oneself; Kristen den Hartog on the many faces of WWI; Stephen Henighan on viral diseases and dead rabbits; Ola Szczecinska on praying to neon crosses and the voices from the grave. 

Buddhist monk, Spadina Avenue,Toronto, 2000, by Fabrice Strippoli.

Also in Geist 117:

30 years of Fabrice Strippoli’s photographs

Jeff Shucard on the relaxed chaos in Tunisia 

New poetry by Evelyn Lau

Steven Heighton on travelling refugees and clashes on cold nights

“To Coronavirus, C: An Anthropological Abecedary” by Hilary M.V. Leathem

Alberto Manguel on libraries as institutions of change, possibilities and wishful thinking

Found neighbourhood watch poetry by Arleen Paré

Adam Leith Gollner and Dany Laferrière on the ecclesiastic qualities of writers

“Mom, Dad, Other” by andrea bennett

The WINNERS of the 16th Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest

The National Map of Joan Crawford

…and the world’s most difficult crossword puzzle!
 

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