Three poems by Chad Campbell.
In This Issue
The three of us took the show on the road, with me as the ringleader, and the bobcat would do tricks.
Vancouver’s Insite is an unqualified success. So why is it still the only supervised- injection clinic in North America?
In 1978, the author and her family moved to North Africa. There, they were strangers in a small town.
As the adult industry goes mainstream and women become an increasingly large part of the market, can porn be both hot and ethical?
Live action role-play, or larp, immerses adults in a vivid fantasyland. Can it save the world, too?
When methamphetamine arrived in a Maritime county, small-town trust allowed the drug to take root.
A childhood sense that Chinese ethnicity hardly mattered didn’t last long.
A new film charts one boy’s transformation from pop-culture nerd to delusional murderer.
Media empires like Vice and celebrities like Anthony Bourdain are reporting from the world’s most misunderstood countries. Is this just repackaged sensationalism?
Actors in character in a familiar setting.
Excerpted from La Solde (La Mèche). Translation by Melissa Bull.
While Alain de Botton brokers half-baked pop-psychoanalysis, Misha Glouberman reveals what is most interesting about human existence: other people.
She didn't sound like a serial killer on the phone.
Fall Reads: Dakota McFadzean, Deni Béchard, Christene A. Browne and more.
Fall Listens: Braids, Drake, CFCF, Sarah Neufeld, Superchunk, the Sadies, the Darcys, Arctic Monkeys, and Gay.