"For me, the artist’s life is first and foremost about encounters."
"My instincts really are that people, on the whole, when there’s a crisis, behave with goodwill and social responsibility."
An interview with the author of Adventures in Bubbles and Brine.
"I saw the possibility of reporting from a place where others had been, but had left silently."
"I’ve learned from beauty the possibility of ruptures, the possibility of contradiction, the possibility of attentiveness."
Commissioning classical music from living rooms, balconies and backyards.
"I still remember the smell of diving into the dish pit at Misto, where I worked."
It's never been clearer that natural hair salons offer more than haircuts.
An interview with the writer and #booklook contributor.
An interview with the author of My Heart is a Rose Manhattan.
An interview with the writer and facilitator working on housing, urban health and equity issues.
An interview with the author of These Are Not the Potatoes Of My Youth.
An interview with the author of Eating Dirt.
An interview with the author of Cod Collapse: The Rise and Fall of Newfoundland's Saltwater Cowboys.
An excerpt from I Saw Three Ships: West End Stories.
An interview by Elee Kraljii Gardiner.
A review of the latest album from U.S. Girls.
An extremely online Canadian art mystery.
A conversation with Carmen Maria Machado about her new memoir, In the Dream House.
Both the shame of the memory and the shame of sharing the memory lingered someplace, unnamed.