April 30, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with Zoe Imani Sharpe
Zoe Imani Sharpe is a poet and essayist based in Toronto. Her work has appeared in the Puritan, Lemonhound and Sang Bleu Magazine in the UK. Her chapbook, Sullied, was published by Trapshot Archives ...
April 29, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with Arielle Twist
Arielle Twist is a writer and sex educator from George Gordon First Nation, Saskatchewan who currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a Cree, Two-Spirit, trans femme supernova writing to reclaim ...
April 27, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with Alex Manley
Alex Manley is a Montreal writer. A graduate of Concordia University's creative writing program, he was the winner of the 2012 Irving Layton Award for Fiction. His work has appeared in Maisonneuve magazine, ...
April 25, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with Mikko Harvey
Mikko Harvey is the author of Unstable Neighbourhood Rabbit (House of Anansi, 2018). He received the 2017 RBC/PEN Canada New Voices Award, and he currently lives in New York City, where he is the Joseph ...
April 23, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with Nikki Reimer
Nikki Reimer lives on the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta. She writes poetry, essays and criticism, organizes in community, yells on the internet, and ...
April 20, 2018
Dream Space: an interview with A. Light Zachary
A. Light Zachary is a writer in Toronto, an editor with The Puritan, and the host of a local reading series. Their poetry has appeared in over 30 magazines and anthologies & won the E. J. Pratt ...
April 13, 2018
Dream Space: on the Reddit Relationships Forum
When I describe the reddit relationships forum to people at parties (which I do a lot), I usually say it’s like mainlining pure, uncut advice column. The basic premise of the site is simple: someone ...
April 04, 2018
Dream Space: an introduction to online obsessions for National Poetry Month
I’m writing this post in the middle of a sick day, in the middle of a sick week. I’ve been couchbound for what feels like a decade – my brain is foggy, my voice is shredded, and I’ve watched so ...