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"My Follower is still after me. I can feel it back there but can’t see it." Read more

Prose

Kristen Lawson on the hero's journey through "queer/feminist/Asian/West Coast/Rocky Mountain sensibilities." Read more

Reviews

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Remembering lost recipes, repelling Nazi scourge, catching bullfrogs at the edge of Pine Lake, drove the narrowing roads north. Read more

Poetry

Michael Hayward on the perfect setup for a classic “film noir.” Read more

Reviews

Jesmine Cham on the unknown story of two women who race around the world in eighty days. Read more

Reviews

"Uh-oh. / Get us out." Read more

ETC

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She is a pensioner, the traveler, the first Québécoise I ever kissed and the one we’ve been searching for for years. Read more

Prose

Kelsea O'Connor on the self-published webcomic by Ngozi Ukazu. Read more

Reviews

Michael Hayward on I Will Never See the World Again by Ahmet Altan Read more

Reviews

In Yellowknife, my grandfather cries watching a movie about a mushroom who helped a boy. Read more

Prose

Anson Ching on Mo Yan's ability to tell stories as if they were written memories. Read more

Reviews

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A list of chapter headings from "How a Poem Moves: A Field Guide for Readers of Poetry" by Adam Sol. Read more

Lists

Patty Osborne on Shtisel—an Israeli TV series about an ultra-religious Jewish family in Jerusalem. Read more

Reviews

"garbage foraging under streetlights, nights / far from forests, dens with pups and fish" Read more

Poetry

Michael Hayward on one book you should read this year. Read more

Reviews

Beau Dick reclaims the cultural value of materials often associated with consumerism. Read more

Prose

Debby Reis on Canadian institutions, 1960s counterculture and milkshake. Read more

Reviews

Immigration questions 9 and 10: How do you like where you’re living now? Are you happy here? Read more

Reviews

The way Terese Marie Mailhot looks at her mother is not how others want to see her. Read more

Prose

"she’s the one whose mom is mean about the ice-cream truck / and she’s the one whose mom won’t vaccinate" Read more

Poetry

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A month of writing, with support, perks, prizes, meetups—is NaNoWriMo for real?

 
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