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The Black and White Issue

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

The Features

Pure Sweetness

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

Going With the Flow

The eclectic music of Petunia.
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The Gallery

A New Vantage Point

Berenice Abbott at the Ryerson Image Centre.
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The Poems

“Tight shirts—tight slacks—tight smile / perfect blonds every night.”

If I Were Burt Reynolds” 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.
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“I can’t believe I’ve actually met Cole!”

Cole Fleming's fame grows among T.T.C. staff.
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Taddle Creek No. 36 (Winter, 2015–2016)

The Podcast


“Hey, did you see that they added a new letter to the alphabet?”

Fad to Grey” by

The Profiles Archive

Everywhere and Nowhere

Hal Niedzviecki—Canada’s self-defined indie guru—faces adulthood, fatherhood, and a growing generation gap.
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Not Just Mouthing the Words

Camilla Gibb transforms from first-time novelist to writer with The Petty Details of So-and-so’s Life.
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Blood Thicker Than Honey Water

Saleema Nawaz expands the universe of two early creations in her debut novel, Bone and Bread.
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The Comix Archive

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Congrats to Taddle Creek contributors Cary Fagan, Jess Taylor, Gary Barwin, Lauren McKeon, Graham Roumieu, John Montgomery, and Pascal Blanchet,..

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Congratulations to Andrew MacDonald, whose short story “Progress on a Genetic Level” is nominated for a National Magazine Award.

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Taddle Creek could not be more happy to have its latest cover illustrated by Gilbert Hernandez.

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