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The Doll's Alphabet

By Camilla Grudova
Categories: Fiction

Short stories from an unholy marriage of Angela Carter, Sheila Heti, and H. P. Lovecraft.

Dolls, sewing machines, tinned foods, mirrors, malfunctioning bodies – by constantly reinventing ways to engage ...

Naben Ruthnum

Naben Ruthnum won the Journey Prize for his short fiction, has been a National Post books columnist, and has written books and cultural criticism for the Globe and Mail, Hazlitt, and the Walrus. His crime ...

Curry

No two curries are the same. This Curry asks why the dish is supposed to represent everything brown people eat, read, and do.

Curry is a dish that doesn't quite exist, but, as this hilarious and sharp ...

My Ariel

By Sina Queyras
Categories: Poetry

A poem-by-poem engagement with Sylvia Plath's Ariel and the towering mythology surrounding it.

When I am a bitch I feel in such good company.
Nice girls never gave me anything but trouble,

Eating the ground ...

Drakkar Noir

By Jeramy Dodds
Categories: Poetry

This mirror's selfie-proof, a machine that dams back the gloom.

After a brief period of mourning, it was the afternoon.
This mirror is selfie-proof, a machine that dams
back the gloom. When machines dream ...

Kelli Maria Korducki

Kelli María Korducki is a journalist and cultural critic. Her byline has appeared frequently in the Globe and Mail and National Post, as well as in the New Inquiry, NPR, the Walrus, Vice, and the Hairpin. ...

Hard To Do

From Jane Austen to Taylor Swift, a look at the surprising politics of romantic love and its dissolution.

Whatever the underlying motives – be they love, financial security, or mere masochism – the ...

Jay Ritchie

Jay Ritchie was born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and lives in Montreal, Quebec. Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie is his first full-length collection.

Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie

By Jay Ritchie
Categories: Poetry

Ritchie discovers and obstructs truths, like the difficulty of being at the bar and being a lilac bush simultaneously.

I bought tear-resistant pants
just in case

I'm not

a good guy underneath it all,
being ...

Martha Baillie

Martha Baillie's most recent novel, The Search for Heinrich Schlögel (Tin House), received wide acclaim and was an O Magazine editors' pick. She lives in Toronto.