Literary Arts

Repeating Pressures

McEwans’s 2013’s repeater (a finalist for the 2013 Gerald Lampert Memorial Award), used a series…

Festival of Readers: Student Awards

The Festival of Readers (FoR) launched two new student poetry prizes this Fall, FoR the…

Festival of Readers Explores Indigenous Decolonization and Veganism

This November, Short Hills Provincial Park will again become a site of political turmoil. Tensions…

When Animals Attack!

Will McClelland is the author of The Minted, a novel about a Canadian animal revolt…

Saturday is Booked

In my last column in The Sound I talked about how Canada is changing, and…

Is it Time to Dump Canada?

There is a great deal of work that needs to be done

The Creative Writer

Canada’s most generous author, the poet bpNichol, once watched the mass-media magician Uri Geller perform…

Bless the Damned Canadian 150

Bless Canada, a huge, gangly nation filled with happy people (7th happiest place on earth)…

Catharine: Chapter 17: The End

In 2017 the city is small by any measure but still masked with a metropolis…

Chapter 16: The Spoils

This is the sixteenth of many excerpts from Heather Lowe’s novella titled Catharine. It explores…