The poet Evie Christie discusses her first novel and trying her hand at writing for the stage.
Dave Lapp revisits a dark time with the collected publication of Children of the Atom.
By following his own path, Lee Henderson has emerged as the freshest voice in CanLit.
Merle Foster’s studio wasn’t a toy shop, but it was still magical to the children of the Ward.
A Ph.D. in E.S.P. has treated the local illusionist Mysterion better than an M.B.A.
R. M. Vaughan’s Troubled adventures.
Hal Niedzviecki—Canada’s self-defined indie guru—faces adulthood, fatherhood, and a growing generation gap.
Elyse Friedman followed her lucky star to a successful career as an author, poet, screenwriter, and, maybe someday, artist.
The wandering eye of Sonja Ahlers.
Collaboration is the medium of Darren Wershler-Henry’s message.