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VIFF 2013: Stemple Pass

Still video shots through four seasons at the Unabomber's cabin Read more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

Cobwebs and evergreens are what remains at the family cabin. Read more

Poetry

Winners of the 2006 Home Sweet Haiku Contest Winners. Read more

Home Sweet Haiku

In this excerpt from M.A.C. Farrant's The Strange Truth About Us, one man partakes in ritual rock stacking, another uses the time spent waiting to scrutize the world, and a woman with a star named after her is cremated in a full-length mink coat. Read more

Prose

First published in Geist #30 and now in the 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition. Read more

Dispatches

Lily Gontard reviews the Farley Mowat-inspired film, Finding Farley (National Film Board). Read more

Reviews

Third prize winner of the 1st Jackpine Sonnet Contest. Read more

Jackpine Sonnet Contest 6 Comments

Second prize winner of the 1st Jackpine Sonnet Contest. Read more

Jackpine Sonnet Contest 1 Comments

We plan, like architects to bring the outdoors in. Read more

Poetry

Some­thing always remains, and that small thing is what sto­ries are about, includ­ing this one, if this one is a story at all. Read more

Dispatches

Honourable mention in the 3rd Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest. Read more

Postcard Story Contest

Second prize winner of the 3rd Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest. Read more

Postcard Story Contest

The boreal forest is the mysterious place most of us are aware of only to the extent that we know we don’t want to get lost in it: the deep unconscious of a nation (Champlain called it the land God gave to Cain). Read more

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