The Ephemera

The Ephemera

The Pulp Issue.

The Fiction

The Comix

The Features

The Good of the Order

A found minute book reveals the day-to-day mysteries of Beulah Rebekah Lodge No. 5.
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The Comix

The Gallery

Life in a (Tiny) Northern Town

Eric Veillette, the chief planner of Spruce Mills, is taking city building to new heights.
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The Kitch

Comfort Food, Canada Style

Taddle Creek’s resident caker cook whips up a lasagna so strong and free, two out of two nonnas deem it serviceable.
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“After the Red River Rebellion of 1869 / Louis Riel went crazy, he ran off and hid”

When Louis Riel Went Crazy” by

The Podcast

The Features

A Noble Installation

Edmonton’s Neon Sign Museum is helping revitalize the downtown and document the city’s retail heritage.
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“Maybe we'll be around long enough to see if a print revival pans out.”

Ontario” by

The Fiction

The Comix

The Features

Footprints in the Sand

Richard Kelly Kemick wasn’t sure why he wanted to spend an entire summer in the Alberta badlands acting in a play about the death of Jesus Christ. In this excerpt from a work-in-progress, the Christian-turned-agnostic discovers he’s not the only one with questions.
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The Poems