Author Debra Komar talks about her books and her background as a forensic anthropologist.
The Last Neanderthal was explicitly written in response to research documenting that Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens had mated with each other—and that most of us have some Neanderthal DNA.
True to its title, this collection of poems travels literally and figuratively.
Maisy EIC interviews author Andrew Baulcomb.
Alicia Elliott on what Canada really needs to be reading right now.
Kim Fu and Andrea Bennett discuss Zoey Leigh Peterson's Next Year, For Sure.
Gavin Tomson interviews Emma Richler.
Maisy EIC and former Associate Editor Amelia Schonbek discuss the complexities of fact-checking.
Maisy EIC Andrea Bennett and Reader's Digest Assistant Editor Megan Jones talk fact-checking 101.
Marie Brière de la Hosseraye interviews Michael DeForge
Forty Years of Abundant Change at Room Magazine
Andrea Bennett interviews Mahak Jain.
Melissa Bull translates Nader Daher's piece, "Attentat de Québec : Les mots de Nader Daher, 26 ans, Québécois et musulman."
Jim Johnstone review's Nyla Matuk's new book of poetry, Stranger.
Former Maisy Editor-in-Chief Drew Nelles outlines how to write a strong query letter.
Remembering Leonard Cohen.
Our seventh annual round-up of the most-read pieces, from cover stories to blogs, posted on the Maisy site. Here are 2016's top reads.
Excerpted from The Woods: A Year on Protection Island.
Time divides and reunites for Melissa Bull, who's moved to a house across from a cemetery in Norwich, England.
Lucy Uprichard reflects on Sarah Schulman's Conflict is not Abuse.