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Julia Cooper interviewed
by Brad de Roo

“The work of mourning doesn’t count—at least in contemporary North American culture—as “work.” Though, I suggest that grieving actually is some of the hardest work we are consigned to do.”

The North Wing
Poetry
Short Fiction
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The Last Trumpet
by K. D. Miller

Len Sparks has started to look forward to the advice column in the Sackville Tribune-Post. Reading about the situations people…

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Considering Drake’s Poetics
by E Martin Nolan

While not devoid of poetic merit, Drake’s songs are designed to be hits that can bear repeated, but not necessarily close, listening. The question with such a strategy is to what extent lyrical content matters.

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