Tuesday | April 28 | 2015

Letter from Montreal: The City Undressed

He looked at me as if there had never been anyone else. Until he didn’t.

Water Upon the Earth

Hunting covenants and dinosaurs through the Alberta floods.

Finding a Place

An autistic New Brunswick woman has spent years searching for somewhere to call home. While Savannah Shannon is unique, her story is not.

Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression: Part Two

O the great migration of time in money!—Arkadii Dragomoshchenko.

A Portrait of the Artist with Testicles in Hand

An ache in the gonads is just an ache in the gonads, right?

Letter From Montreal: The Ghost in the Machine

Playing Quebec's VLTs feels casual. That’s a big part of the reason people pour their paychecks into them.

Making Gains

More and more women are hitting the weight room and revelling in the power they discover at the squat rack.

Face of the New West

Has Naheed Nenshi's time in office changed Calgary's racial climate?

The Change Artist

In Ken Babstock’s latest, the poet continues on a challenging course. On Malice is important, whether we like it or not.

Estocade Cacharel

Originally published in la revue Moebius (No. 137, Mai 2013). Reprinted with permission. Translation by Melissa Bull.
Blog Posts

Seeking Justice for Cindy Gladue

After the man charged with Cindy Gladue's death was acquitted, many Canadians are arguing that the criminal justice system does not serve Indigenous women.

The Careful Process of Becoming Extremely Precise: An Interview with Naja Marie Aidt

Danish writer Naja Marie Aidt talks about the art of translation, the beauty in ugliness and what it's like being a stranger in a new country.

Poetry is More Akin to Song Than Conversation: An Interview With Jim Johnstone

Jim Johnstone, author of Dog Ear, discusses scientific formulas and why he avoids reading his favourite poets during his own writing process.


Witness: Indigenous Women's Writings Presented by Maisonneuve

April 24, 2015

On Sunday, April 26, Maisonneuve presents Witness: Indigenous Women's Writings as part of the Blue Metropolis Festival. Annharte and Lee Maracle will discuss the ...

Our Spring 2015 Issue

March 17, 2015

On newsstands March 20.

"Nunavut's Nursing Crisis" Wins Registered Nursing Association of Ontario Media Award

March 16, 2015

Issue 52 cover story wins in the Exceptional Reporting on an RN/Nursing Issue category.