Writings

Writings / Essay: Miklos Legrady

Adorno, Deleuze and Guattari: The Gods that Failed This past year repeated complaints of boring art exhibitions have appeared in print and that should raise an alarm. Can we suggest these complaints ...
Writings / Essay: Mykyta Isagulov

Writings / Essay: Mykyta Isagulov

Art, Mirrors and the Divine The prominent writer, teacher and religion philosopher Neville Goddard (1905-72) started his 1969 essay, “The Artist is God” with the following phrase: “God is the great artis...
Writings / Reviews: George Elliott Clarke

Writings / Reviews: George Elliott Clarke

Poetry and other Reviews The Sea with No One in It by Niki Koulouris Erin, ON: Porcupine’s Quill, 2013 64 pp, $15 Mirror Image by Len Gasparini Toronto, ON: Guernica Editions, 2014 78 p...
Writings / Reviews: Michael Melgaard

Writings / Reviews: Michael Melgaard

Fiction Review Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel
 by Mitiarju Nappaaluk Winnipeg: U of Manitoba P, 2014 Toward the end of Sanaaq: An Inuit Novel
 the author, speaking through the eponymous main character bas...

Writings / Reviews: Candace Fertile

Poetry and Fiction Reviews Washita: New Poems by Patrick Lane Toronto: Harbour Publishing, 2014 80 pp. $18.95 In his latest collection, Patrick Lane explores familiar territory through the...
Writings / Reviews: Janet Nicol

Writings / Reviews: Janet Nicol

Essay and Fiction Review Notes and Dispatches: Essays by rob mclennan, London, ON: Insomniac, 2014 317pp, $19.95 paperback This collection of literary essays from prolific Ottawa-based...
Writings / Reviews: Angela Walcott

Writings / Reviews: Angela Walcott

Poetry Review Correspondences by Anne Michaels (Author), Bernice Eisenstein (Illustrator) Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2013 128pp. $35 “Not two to make one, but two to make the third just a...
Writings / Reviews: H. Nigel Thomas

Writings / Reviews: H. Nigel Thomas

Fiction and Poetry Reviews Red Jacket by Pamela Mordecai, Toronto: TAP Books, 2015 462 pp. $24.99 Red Jacket is Pamela Mordecai’s second book-length foray into adult prose fiction. Both books w...
Writings / Fiction: Catherine A. MacKenzie

Writings / Fiction: Catherine A. MacKenzie

Oliver’s Story “I killed a woman once, many years ago.” Oliver struggled with himself, rehashing scenes over and over. Did he really want to have sex with that woman? She wasn't particularly attra...
Writings / Fiction: John Tavares

Writings / Fiction: John Tavares

Native Son Carlos had not expected Hakan would provide so many reasons to be concerned, but he did not know the native boy well before adoption. Enola, a social worker, helped him with the legal issues...
Writings / Fiction: Mariam Pirbhai

Writings / Fiction: Mariam Pirbhai

Outside People “Tracy jumping Meena bed, Tracy breaking Meena head!” the new one we call Cat-Face shout. She call Cat-Face because she eyes green like real-life cat. Miss Benedict say there is cat...

Writings / Fiction: Philip Bowne

Candles in the Sky I was crying. I walked along the waterside and watched the water slop against the concrete shore of Lake Lucerne. Mount Pilatus towered over the city from the distance, collecting...
Writings / Creative Non-Fiction: Leigh-Ann Worrell

Writings / Creative Non-Fiction: Leigh-Ann Worrell

Cradled Desires Last night I dreamt of Isabelle. Creamy caramel brown, locks of loose coils framed her face. She was Tuesday’s child: full of grace. She was lithe and long-limbed. Fingers were thin a...
Writings / Poetry: Amatoritsero Ede

Writings / Poetry: Amatoritsero Ede

Mother and Child (for Odia Ofeimun) I a foetus nestles in its watery hammock tiny thumb plugged into dreaming mouth sleep-suckled gently a curious midwife hand plumbs the throbbing...

Writings / Poetry: Luca Xifona

Maltese Memory The snowy boiling of Maltese froth— The rippling rain, all night, whipping street dirt Into sewers—sets me imagining Water-transparent clothes, you, naked. How I like to see you...

Writings / Poetry: Rebekha Carlsen

Inside the Diming A shiver passed along the ridgeline, Beside hope and possibility. All that was longed for in fortitude – A semblance of a dream returned. The salted canyon wall A statement solely f...
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