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VIFF 2018: This Mountain Life

A mother and daughter undertake a months-long, dangerous trek from Vancouver to Alaska across the Coast Mountains. Read more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

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Photo by Kevin Schmidt, courtesy Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver.

A series of poems about untangled seal guts and elusive hares in the Arctic tundra. Read more

POETRY

Adam Gopnik deconstructs the submerged iceberg and unique snowflake metaphors. Read more

Prose

If a house were a good thing, the wolf would have one. Read more

Dispatches 1 Comments

Men left women and women left men and it was all perfectly legal—even natural. Read more

Short Stories 1 Comments

Mary Meigs wrote this piece in spring 2001 while she was recovering from a stroke, and which is reproduced here exactly as she typed it, Read more

POETRY

My beautiful old ones are disappearing slowly. They simply leave, without rules, without a farewell. Read more

FICTION

A blizzard hits two days before Christmas, stirring up feelings of trepidation and excitement for the passengers of a bus. Read more

Dispatches

I had my car at the hotel but snow was expected, and driving home alone in a snowstorm around the hairpin curves edged with deep ravines on Highway 101 was the last thing I wanted to do. Read more

Dispatches

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