As scientists raise a woolly mammoth from its icy grave in Siberia, reindeer herders warn of angered spirits beneath the tundra.
In This Issue
Science-fictionist Robert Sawyer, the brainchild behind ABC's hit TV show Flashforward, can't wait for the future.
A "poolside" interview with Rawi Hage
"Clean speed, if you can attain it, is about simplicity. It can make you beautiful.”
An introduction to our Poolside Fiction issue
A "poolside" interview with Carrie Haber
A "poolside" interview with Joanne Proulx
A "poolside" interview with Tom McCarthy
A "poolside" interview with Ibi Kaslik
“In my family we run around burying feelings the way squirrels bury their nuts then forget where. I’d once thought the world was going to be nice.”
A "poolside" interview with Peter Behrens
One of Canada’s greatest talents speaks with Managing Editor Meredith Erickson about the roots of Can. Lit. being a “promising geriatric writer” and how to throw a great party
Summers for Jared Young mean basements, Slushies and comic books. That, and a broken heart.
Would the deaf refuse new ears? Peter Jickling thinks they might. Arguing against the idea of disability as a liability, Jickling sees handicaps including his own cerebral palsy as differences worth celebrating
“He had the knack you had with the camera, only he captured things perfectly with words, the words one wants to hear, not the words that are necessarily said.”
A dynamic exhibit at the Canadian Centre for Architecture asks: Is there a role today for the little magazine?