Originally published in la revue Moebius (No. 137, Mai 2013). Reprinted with permission. Translation by Melissa Bull.
In This Issue
Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, explores the radical instability of post-modernist urban life.
The role of the body in Christian worship has historically inhabited an ambiguous space between sacred and sinful.
The moral debate over gambling in small-town Ontario.
The poetry of a land left behind.
When World War II threatened a remote chain of islands off the Alaskan coast, the indigenous Aleut people were displaced from their homes.
Part one of two.
A power line could bring clean energy from Quebec into American homes, but at what cost? A report from the heart of New Hampshire's anti-hydro rebellion.
Remembering Stephen Leacock, Canada's master ironist, one hundred years after the release of Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich.
When the fun is over and the fans go home, someone has to pick up the trash.
Twenty years after Kurt Cobain's suicide, the author tries to walk in an icon's shoes.
Canadian cities are expanding, but their municipal powers haven't caught up. Why our city halls can feel like a parody of parochialism.
If frat bros were fascists, they might have invented the quenelle, an inverted Nazi salute that's gone viral among disaffected French youth.
Spring Reads: Polyamorous Love Song, Smoke River, Failure to Thrive, The Ever After of Ashwin Rao and Complicity.
New releases from Tokyo Police Club, the Hidden Cameras, the Pack A.D., Kelis, Kevin Drew, Each Other, Sam Roberts Band, St. Vincent and Pkew Pkew Pkew