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Dancing with Dynamite
Photo by Mandelbrot. Broadway Sky Train Station, Vancouver.

Stephen Osborne experiences a lingering sensation of vulnerability over the uncertain discovery of a bomb-like arrangement on the SkyTrain tracks:

Police said they were "treating it as if it were real," in the subjunctive mood.

Meet me on the third Streetcar
Little Comrades
In this excerpt from her memoir, Laurie Lewis recounts what she lost and gained when her parents—Comrades Lawrence and Ellen—had to go underground: "I never had so much pudding in my life."

Brian Howell Exhibit at the Winsor Gallery: PRESS

You're invited! Come on by the Winsor Gallery from now until April 6 for an exhibition of new photography, PRESS, by renowned contemporary photographer and Geist contributor Brian Howell.

PRESS features large-scale photographs of newspaper printing plant interiors and offers a bold look inside the factories that support the journalism industry.

The Winsor Gallery
258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Click here for more information.

The Nostalgic Map of Canada
Feeling Blue? Find Solace in the Nostalgic Map of Canada.

Hint: they're both in Ontario.

Cover of George Bowering's Pinboy
Michael Hayward reviews what might be George Bowering's most provocative work, in which the author recounts—using a warm, conversational tone—life-changing experiences he once couldn't share with anyone.

Three Cheers for the 9th Annual Postcard Story Entrants!

Submissions to the 9th Annual Geist Literal Literary Postcard Story Contest are now officially closed! Many thanks to everyone who submitted a piece of image-inspired micro-fiction.

Winners will be announced in the summer issue—and not a minute sooner! So enjoy those tingles of anticipation, add Geist 89 to your list of things to look forward to when it gets warmer, and please no queries.

Belfry Theatre: The Spark Festival March 11 to 25

Vancouver International Dance Festival. Geist readers! Receive $10 off each adult ticket using Case Sensitive Coupon code: GeistReader

Writing With Regan: Writing Courses in Vancouver. Spread your wings.

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