Sarah Meehan Sirk’s poignant and ironic story is a study of disappointment told in the context of a daughter’s relationship with her distant mother.
Zsuzsi Gartner’s precisely calibrated, vicious little parable is about the things we want but can’t have.
Why isn’t there a Canadian novel to rival last year’s Ducks, Newburyport? There is, just not where you might have been looking for it.
Editor Michael Hingston and designer Natalie Olsen celebrate five years of producing the Short Story Advent Calendar.
Gwen Benaway, Kai Cheng Thom, and Casey Plett on free speech, trans rights, and the Toronto Public Library
Three trans writers speak about TPL’s decision to allow a controversial speaker to appear at a local branch tonight – a decision they argue will have negative repercussions for the trans community.
Christina Baillie and Martha Baillie have created a unique dual text that examines the linguistic manifestations of schizophrenia.