September 1, 2018

In Quill of the Dove, Shaw jumps right into two of the messiest conflicts the Middle East has seen: the Lebanese Civil War and the inextricably linked Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Alternating between 2007 and the years 1975 to 1982, Shaw tells two related stories. The...

February 4, 2017

All in all, it would be a challenge to find a grimmer novel than Waste. The book is bent on cataloguing the depth and intensity of darkness, laying out and comparing the miniature tragedies colouring each small-town citizen like a series of macabre paint chips. Rather...

February 4, 2017

Hidden in the Yukon, the City of the Lost has been engineered for folks who need to escape society for various reasons including white-collar crime. It’s off the radar; invisible from the air. Seventy-five percent of the town’s populace is male, which makes being a fem...

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Contributors to
the December 2019 Issue

Wendy Hawkin

Menaka Raman-Wilms

Sonia Saikaley

Ian Thomas Shaw

Caroline Vu

 

 

 

Amanda Hale

Reading from

Mad Hatter

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December 9, 2019

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