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SOUL TUNES
Mystery Bowl
Long-time friend of Geist, Jill Mandrake, just put out a cheerful and fun new song with her band, Sister DJ & the Hired Hands. Give it a listen!

WRITING RULES
Your Poem Should Have Four Legs
"Your poem should embarrass itself./ Your poem should hurt everyone else's feelings./ Your poem should try acid."—Kathryn Mockler

The Vancouver Art Book Fair is Back! |

October 13-15, 2017

Canada’s first art book fair, VABF is the longest-running international art book fair in the country. Free and open to the public, VABF is a multi-day festival of artists’ publishing featuring over one hundred local, national and international publishers, as well as a diverse line-up of programs, performances and artists’ projects.

Featured artists travel to Vancouver from across Canada and the globe, and produce everything from books, magazines, zines and printed ephemera to digital, performative or other experimental forms of publication.

Check out their website and Facebook page for more information!


TORONTO LIVING
Please Send Help
"Please let the authorities know that downtown Toronto has been struck by a giant baseball, presumably from outer space."—Richard Long
FANCY FEATHERS
A Hat for All Seasons
A cheat sheet for hat sellers as the weather changse and shoppers are looking for the best chapeau of the season.

Contact No Contact website is live!

We are pleased to announce the launch of Contact No Contact!

Contact No Contact is a gathering of personal narratives from Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal contributors on how contact appears in our lives and our memories and how we encounter our own culture as well as the culture of others.

If you would like to submit a story, check out Contact No Contact for details.


THIS WEEK IN REVIEW

All My Little Words
Kelsea O'Connor reviews 101 Two-Letter Words by Stephin Merritt. More »


Cloud of Bone
Patty Osborne reviews Cloud of Bone by Bernice Morgan. More »


Joseph Howe and the Battle for Freedom of Speech
Michal Kozlowski reviews Joseph Howe and the Battle for Freedom of Speech by John Ralston Saul. More »

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