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Uncle

From martyr to insult, how "Uncle Tom" has influenced two centuries of racial politics. Jackie Robinson, President Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, O. J. Simpson, and Christopher Darden ...

Vulgar Mechanics

By K.B Thors
Categories: Poetry

Grappling with queerness and trauma from Alberta to Brooklyn, powering through body, sex, and gender to hit free open roadsIn Vulgar Mechanics, K. B. Thors seeks to invent new strategies for survival ...

with wax

By derek beaulieu
Categories: Poetry

Quill pen, linotype, computer: does how you write affect what you write? In with wax, derek beaulieu spurns the sentence and woos the phrase, the image and the language of printing, weaving fragments ...

Wide Slumber for Lepidopterists

By a. rawlings
Illustrated by Matt Ceolin
Categories: Poetry

Book, or laboratory? Reader, or specimen?

Wide slumber for lepidopterists is a poetic fantasia, a disorienting yet compelling dreamscape of butterflies and caterpillars and killing jars, where the waking ...

White Piano

By Nicole Brossard
Translated by Robert Majzels & Erin Moure
Categories: Poetry

language I'll say yes
from the top of my rib cage
language will you come
out and unearth the salt the certitude

Between the verbs quivering and streaming, White Piano unfolds its variations like musical ...

Words of Wisdom from a Man Claiming to be Fred Rogers

By Daniel Wincenty
Categories: Poetry

Words of Wisdom from a Man Claiming to be Fred Rogers is a box of 29 blurry polaroids. Muted, dark, indeterminate - they convey a sense of loss, uncertainty, ambivalence, which is heightened by the random ...

What Stirs

By Margaret Christakos
Categories: Poetry

Shortlisted for the 2009 Pat Lowther Award

Surreptitious breasts of the brain's inside, crammed with
reptilian lights, uv or incandescent, zoom lens for the purpose of
petalled heights. Sherry-Mary saw ...

You Only Live Twice

YOLT explores two artists’ lives before and after transitions: from female to male, and from near-dead to alive.

The unspoken promise was that in our second life we would become the question to every ...

Yesterday, at the Hotel Clarendon

By Nicole Brossard
Categories: Fiction

Nominated for a Governor General's Award for Translation

Yesterday, on my way back from the museum: my head is full of images of storms. A boundless sea of paintings and photographs. Other storms I build ...

3 Summers

By Lisa Robertson
Categories: Poetry

A grappling with time, form and embodiment.

Recite your poem to your aunt.
I threw myself to the ground.
Where were you in the night?
In a school among the pines.
What was the meaning of the dream?

Organs, ...