The night I moved into my apartment, I heard my roommates planning to cleanse the house of evil spirits.
In This Issue
Part two of two.
For the first time in Canadian history, homes with a single occupant outnumber those with nuclear families. On the new domestic frontier.
Hunting covenants and dinosaurs through the Alberta floods.
An autistic New Brunswick woman has spent years searching for somewhere to call home. While Savannah Shannon is unique, her story is not.
An ache in the gonads is just an ache in the gonads, right?
More and more women are hitting the weight room and revelling in the power they discover at the squat rack.
In Ken Babstock’s latest, the poet continues on a challenging course. On Malice is important, whether we like it or not.
Is Girls solving a problem of representation, or spoon-feeding its target audience?
Troubled by the recent revelation that the government is spying on us? It’s nothing new.
First-place winner from the 2014 Quebec Writing Competition.
Translated by Melissa Bull.
Winter Reads: Sweet Lechery; The Evening Chorus; First Year Healthy; For Your Safety, Please Hold On; One Hundred Days of Rain.
Winter Listens: Death from Above 1979, TV On The Radio, Neil Young, Taylor Swift, Azealia Banks, Stars, Meligrove Band, Parkay Quarts and Absolutely Free.