The Ephemera

The Black and White Issue

Taddle Creek looks at diversity (or lack thereof) in its pages.

The Journey Prize Long-Lister

The Fiction

The Gallery

A New Vantage Point

Berenice Abbott at the Ryerson Image Centre.

The Features

Pure Sweetness

The egg cream is alive and well in New York—and a lone Montreal lunch counter.

Growing Up In Toronto

Twenty-five arts-related citizens reflect on how the city shaped and inspired them in their youth.

The Comix

The Profile

Going With the Flow

The eclectic music of Petunia.

The Poems

“Moonman knew more than anyone I’d ever met, and every night I felt like he was sharing secrets of the universe with me alone.”

Moonman” by

The Blog

Fifteen mumbling minutes with Douglas Coupland

Further proof that X is a term that defines not a chronological age but a way of looking at the world.

“I can’t believe I’ve actually met Cole!”

Cole Fleming's fame grows among T.T.C. staff.

Bill Nye is Undeniably Cool

One thing that hasn’t evolved is the scientist’s ability to stay on message.

“Lucky duck! He got fame and revenge for the price of one motive!”

Funnybabyland” by

The Podcast

Podcast Related

This Fabulous Place

You wouldn’t think an aging apartment house as a good place to put down roots. Think again.

Rue du Doo

An excerpt.

Here We Are, Charlie

An excerpt.

The Profiles Archive

Where Voices Cross

Rosemary Sullivan dances her way through the art of biography with The Red Shoes, a look at the early years of the life of Margaret Atwood.

Derek McCormack Speaks in Complete Paragraphs

Toronto’s midnight cowboy rises from the gutter with a new book to scare up readers.

The Moral Pornographer

Is Tamara Faith Berger’s work highbrow fiction or lowbrow smut? Does it matter?

The Comix Archive



This week on the Taddle Creek Podcast: Stevie Howell reads her poem “”

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