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Emerging Writer Workshop Alert! A collaborative poetry workshop with Clarise Foster and Jennifer Still

Clarise Foster and Jennifer Still have been listening and sharing poems with each other for 15 years.They meet regularly, often in stride or before a fire, to share their practice--the doing and being of poetry--in their daily lives. They facilitated the collaborative...

Call for Submissions: The Peace We Make

We have another special issue coming up this spring! Check out the details below and send us your best stuff! With so much war and violence raging all over the world, many feel utterly helpless. Pema Chödrön, a Buddhist nun, says that the origins of aggression and war...

Re-Launch was Re-Launched!

Thank you to everyone who came out to our event at Little Brown Jug on June 28th! We had a blast! (See what we did there?) Here are some pictures from the event. Thanks again to the Canada Council For the Arts Re-Opening Fund, to our amazing board for helping out, to...
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Paul Dhillon’s “The Wait of Ashes” Awarded Honourable Mention at 2022 National Magazine Awards!

Congratulations to Paul Dhillon, whose story "The Wait of Ashes" was awarded honourable mention in the Personal Journalism category of the National Magazine Awards. Way to go, Paul! Want to check out the story? It can be found in our Roots & Routes issue! Take me...
Stoop City by Kristyn Dunnion

Stoop City by Kristyn Dunnion

In Stoop City, novelist and short story writer, Kristyn Dunnion, has accomplished every writer’s goal, delivering thirteen fully realized stories that feel for all the world like real life. Set mainly in Toronto, they feature a remarkable range of styles, voices and...

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Call for Submissions: The Peace We Make

We have another special issue coming up this spring! Check out the details below and send us your best stuff! With so much war and violence raging all over the world, many feel utterly helpless. Pema Chödrön, a Buddhist nun, says that the origins of aggression and war...

read more

Re-Launch was Re-Launched!

Thank you to everyone who came out to our event at Little Brown Jug on June 28th! We had a blast! (See what we did there?) Here are some pictures from the event. Thanks again to the Canada Council For the Arts Re-Opening Fund, to our amazing board for helping out, to...

read more