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From the Tundra to the Trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk

“To be frank, I have to say that the mission school, even if it was tough and I hated it sometimes, it was also like a second family for me.”

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Speakeasy by Alisa Smith

Alisa Smith’s Speakeasy tells the story of Lena Stillman’s past as a member of Bill Bagley’s Clockwork Gang of bank robbers,

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Call for Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction

You know that fantastic story you wrote but haven’t sent us yet? We’d love to see it!

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This Year’s Poetry Bash & Bliss Carman Award Ring

Here are some pictures from this year’s Thin Air Writers Festival, where our contest winner from 2016 (Natalie Appleton) accepted her Bliss Carman ring.

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How Festive the Ambulance by Kim Fu

How Festive the Ambulance, Kim Fu’s debut book of poetry, is a startling exploration of the banality of modern life.

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