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The documentary filmmaker, a jean-jacketed young woman with a silver crescent in her nose, wanted me to Share My Story. Read more

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Daniel Zomparelli reviews Magenta Soul Whip by Lisa Robertson (Coach House). Read more

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Daniel Zomparelli reviews Yesno by Dennis Lee (Anansi). Read more

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Daniel Zomparelli reviews AEthel by Donato Mancini (New Star). Read more

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Daniel Zomparelli reviews Suicide Psalms by Mari-Lou Rowley (Anvil Press). Read more

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Daniel Zomparelli reviews Rocksalt: An Anthology of Contemporary B.C. Poetry edited by Mona Fertig and Harold Rhenisch (Mother Tongue). Read more

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Kris Rothstein reviews Darwin's Bastards (Douglas & McIntyre). Read more

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Second prize winner of the 6th Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest. Read more

Postcard Story Contest 6 Comments

Revolutions need popular heroes, and unpopular villains, and the Acadians of New Brunswick had both. Read more

Columns

Michel Lambeth's photo of Milton Acorn brings back memories of dancing, love poetry and a revolution. Read more

Dispatches 1 Comments

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Texting at Bold City by Charles W. Coates

How to perform a textual analysis of a Facebook message, while under the influence of red wine. Read more

Dispatches 4 Comments

Kris Rothstein reviews The Waterproof Bible by Andy Kaufman (Random House). Read more

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Becky McEachern reviews Nikolski by Nicolas Dicker (Vintage). Read more

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Patty Osborne reviews One Bloody Thing After Another by Joey Comeau (ECW Press). Read more

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Stephen reviews The Others Raisd in Me: 150 Readings of Sonnet 150 by Gregory Betts (Pedlar Press). Read more

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Patty Osborne reviews Never Going Back by Antonia Banyard (Thistledown). Read more

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Michael Hayward reviews Basho: The Complete Haiku, written by Matsuo Basho and translated by Jane Reichhold (Kodansha). Read more

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A series of trading cards for collectors who want to change the world. Read more

ETC

Lennon/McCartney, as an entity, seemed to be the most cre­ative force ever unleashed upon the face of the earth. Of course, we even­tu­ally learned that Lennon/ McCartney didn’t really exist. Read more

Prose 2 Comments

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