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Spring 2021, Volume 42, No. 1

Rhinos and Turtles and Birds, oh my! "For the Love of Animals" is a hefty, 256 page volume featuring a section of fresh and exciting writing on the topic of animals! Check out new work by over FORTY authors including Sylvia Legris, Conor Kerr, Shannon Quinn, Doug Melnyk & more!  

Introducing: The Composing Winnipeg Interview Series!

We've partnered with the Composing Winnipeg class at the University of Winnipeg to bring you a series of interviews with Winnipeg writers! We will be posting these videos to our YouTube channel periodically, so make sure to check the channel for some good, good...

“Money for the Bunny” Fundraiser!

Help support your friendly-neighbourhood lit mag by purchasing a $40 “Bunny Bag!” For every bag you purchase before June 30th, 2021, you will be entered to win the original artwork of our spring issue “Waiting for the Thaw,” donated graciously by artist, Peter Graham!...

Call for Submissions: Roots & Routes

What are you rooted to? Are you en route to finding your roots, connected to your roots, have you survived being uprooted, taken an unexpected route, or uncovered your roots? Are you rooted in a particular idea, cause or tradition? What and whom are you rooting for?...

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From now until June 30th, 2021, we're offering new subscribers up to 2 free issues! One year subscribers will get 5 issues for the price of 4, and two year subscribers will get 10 issues for the price of 8! That's up to 54% in savings (for the two year subscription)!...
I Am Still Your Negro: An Homage to James Baldwin

I Am Still Your Negro: An Homage to James Baldwin

Answering civil rights advocate James Baldwin’s call to witness, Valerie Mason-John’s I Am Still Your Negro: An Homage to James Baldwin, is an uncompromising account of the historic and ongoing trauma of the slave trade, gender disparity, homocentric norms, and our...

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Birds of a Kind by Wajdi Mouawad

Birds of a Kind by Wajdi Mouawad

Eitan Zimmerman, the protagonist in Wajdi Mouawad’s play Birds of a Kind, doesn't believe that chance, fate, divine intervention, or “other such nonsense” (6) determine what happens in the universe. Yet when he meets the young woman Wahida, whom he will fall hard for...

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Introducing: The Composing Winnipeg Interview Series!

We've partnered with the Composing Winnipeg class at the University of Winnipeg to bring you a series of interviews with Winnipeg writers! We will be posting these videos to our YouTube channel periodically, so make sure to check the channel for some good, good...

read more

“Money for the Bunny” Fundraiser!

Help support your friendly-neighbourhood lit mag by purchasing a $40 “Bunny Bag!” For every bag you purchase before June 30th, 2021, you will be entered to win the original artwork of our spring issue “Waiting for the Thaw,” donated graciously by artist, Peter Graham!...

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Call for Submissions: Roots & Routes

What are you rooted to? Are you en route to finding your roots, connected to your roots, have you survived being uprooted, taken an unexpected route, or uncovered your roots? Are you rooted in a particular idea, cause or tradition? What and whom are you rooting for?...

read more