There is a restlessness in Susan Gillis’s poems, a reluctance to lay down roots.
By Abby Paige
Carmine Starnino may be a tough critic, but he’s definitely no “lazy bastard.” I didn’t inquire directly during our recent email interview, but I suspect he’s no nervous Nellie either.
By Kimberly Bourgeois
Gevinson was just fifteen when she started Rookie magazine but she was already three years into her career as an internationally famous blogger. At age twelve, Gevinson started the fashion blog Style Rookie.
By Sarah Lolley
If you’re trying to reach Josh Freed, don’t call him on a Friday afternoon. When most of us are wrapping up our workweek, he is fiddling with his humour column, trying to smooth out the kinks so that it is ready to go to press.
By Eric Boodman
“Of what value is the opinion on any subject, of a man of whom everyone knows that by his profession he must hold that opinion?” –John Stuart Mill
By Jean Coléno
usan Glickman’s book, The Smooth Yarrow, shows a chilling awareness of mortality through the ...
By Bert Almon
think a lot of Can Lit is about restraint,” Barry Webster tells me. “It’s this really subtle aesthetic where ...
By Sarah Fletcher
n his slim debut collection, The Barista and I, Andrew Szymanski concerns himself with the ...
By Sara Freeman
he Kurds are a nation without a country, and of course they’re not the only ones in that situation. The territory ...
By David Homel
riters of fiction are said to stand on the shoulders of giants. In her fourth novel, Abitibi writer ...
By Claire Holden Rothman
ae Spoon’s debut short story collection First Spring Grass Fire weaves together a number of ...
By Peter Dubé