Essays
0

The Sunken Kingdom
by Peter Dubé

A story is haunting me. In itself, this is not unusual; stories are central, indeed generative, in my life, but the particular story is peculiar. It’s old and I suspect most people know it…

Interviews
Web Exclusive
0

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.

Short Fiction
0

The Wolf Expert
by Shaena Lambert

Raj has his laptop open, and he types as Kathy leans towards him, whispering intensely. She catches a glimpse of herself in the cabin’s living room window – pale face framed by red pigtails, next to the burgundy orb that is Raj’s turban…

The North Wing
Reviews
Poetry
0

Three Poems
by Nyla Matuk

A hard mauve cigarette case, Fabergé,
now leans against the back of a display
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art,

The Antiquarium