Zev Bagel (the pen-name for Warren Redman) was born in England and moved to Canada in 1994. He has lived in Shediac, New Brunswick since 2009.
Sydney Warner Brooman (they/them) was raised in Grimsby, Ontario. They attended Western University in London, Ontario, and currently live in Toronto. The Pump is their debut short fiction collection. Their story “The Bottom” was shortlisted for The Malahat Review’s 2020 Open Season Awards, and they have recent work in American Chordata, Thorn Literary Magazine, and other literary journals.
In this frank and unforgettable book, celebrated Québécois writer Alexie Morin becomes the subject of her own story as she places a childhood friendship under a microscope.
Reversing Time: One Boy's Quest to Change History is the full title of a new work of fiction by Charlotte Mendel. It is being published by Guernica Editions and will be released on December 1st, 2021.
An interview with Genevieve Chornenki, author of "Don't Lose Sight" her memoir about dealing with a retinal detachment and its aftermath.
This striking graphic novel is a high-stakes adventure, a love story, and an important historical lesson. Features meticulously detailed black and white drawings, an illustrated diagram of the Sackville, information on wartime propaganda, glossary, and an illustrated map.
An interview with Lesley Krueger, author of Time Squared.
A short story by Pierre C. Arseneault.
A poem by Vin Maskell of Stereo Stories.
Flash reviews of three recent non-fiction books that deal with WWII, the Atomic Bomb and a Victorian-era serial killer from Canada.
There's still time for a road trip (I've got one coming up) before it gets cold and wintery and all the other conditions under which sane people (read, non-Canadians, especially non-Western Canadians) stay off the road. When planning for a road trip, author Kelley Jo Burke has the following suggestions for the anxious traveller.
Two poems by Denis Robillard of Windsor, Ontario.
An interview with Dr. Bruce Hutchison, Ph.D., author of Emotions Don’t Think: Emotional Contagion in a Time of Turmoil.
Author Joanne Culley turns her grandparent's history into a novel of historical fiction in Claudette on the Keys.
When playing musical chairs with death, keep a song in your heart and an eye on the chairs.