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Findings

"At 8:30 p.m. a coyote was heading east on Charles Street and Commercial Drive." Selected texts of the Coyote Sightings and Attack Log Text Alert Group. more

FINDINGS

Excerpt from Kaie Kellough's "ode to Montréal" Accordéon. more

Prose

Excerpt from From the Tundra to the Trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk. more

Prose 1 Comments

Poem excerpted from Micheline Maylor's Little Wildheart (2017). more

Poetry

Excerpt from The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth by Munirah MacLean. more

Prose

Excerpt from I Don’t Want to Know Anyone Too Well by Norman Levine. more

Prose

Excerpt from Annie Muktuk and Other Stories. more

Prose

A poem by Marc Plourde from Borrowed Days: Poems New and Selected. more

Poetry

Short stories from "I Never Talk About It" by Véronique Côté and Steve Gagnon. more

, FINDINGS

Suspense at airport stopover. I walk back and forth to exercise. Cannot find a Timmies. Wonder what country I am in. Just Toronto. more

FINDINGS

"This morning I saw my father driving a red/ Toyota wagon with Quebec plates, je me/ souviens, turning the corner at Grand, heading..." more

FINDINGS

"Me and fourteen other girls. After months, years, of sawdust/ and ground acorn coffee, rancid margarine and biscuits/ that required a chisel, it almost seemed a gift." more

FINDINGS

Pamela Newton offers a daily peek into the vast history of the charming East Coast island. more

FINDINGS

"lug like trunks,/ steer like plows/ pile like lumber..." more

POETRY

A selection of letters from "A Queer Love Story: The Letters of Jane Rule and Rick Bébout", edited by Marilyn R. Schuster. more

FINDINGS

Jacinda Mack explains her process used while deconstructing a series of photographs taken by European settlers in Bella Coola in the 1920s. more

FINDINGS

Each of the paradigm shifts that pushed human communication forward has met with stiff resistance. Even the invention of writing. From the perspective of the twenty-first century, such resistance seems incomprehensible, almost ridiculous. more

FACT

Wade Davis recalls being taught photography by Tod Papageorge: "he was an inspired teacher, in good measure because he had no interest in soliciting student opinion about anything." more

PHOTOGRAPHY

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WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

Is it cuckoo to go back and work on a book I started
a few years ago, and which I have super mixed
feelings about? 

Jesey R., Tacoma WA

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