May 27, 2021
Nathaniel G. Moore Looks Back on 20 Years of CanLit and "the Wonders of Creativity" in Honorarium
If you spent any time in the small press scene in Canada, you've almost certainly come across Nathaniel G. Moore. A writer, reviewer, and publishing professional of many hats, Moore has spent nearly two ...
March 08, 2021
On Giving Myself Permission Not to Write
I know I have to write it. The essay I’ve been trying to write for a year and a half.I will be in the grocery store or out in the muck of a hike dripping with sweat and a sentence of it will come to ...
August 28, 2020
Should Memoir be Considered Non-Fiction?
One of the things that makes this question so interesting is that the answer isn’t as obvious or cut-and-dried as it first appears. It varies from country to country, for one thing, changes from culture ...
August 14, 2020
Portrait of a Woman Flying
María was seven years old on her first day of work, the morning her father left her in Mexico City at a large house with tall ceilings and walls that were covered in tiles. Whenever she got homesick, ...
July 30, 2020
Read an Excerpt from Bahar Orang's Where Things Touch: A Meditation on Beauty
Author Bahar Orang's Where Things Touch: A Meditation on Beauty (Book*hug), is an exploration of beauty and its role in the human experience: what we love, care for, and value. Part essay, part poetry, ...
May 25, 2020
Between the Lines Releasing COVID-19 Essay Anthology 'Sick of the System'
Looking for some thoughtful perspective and productive solutions during our current pandemic? Between the Lines has got you covered!The Toronto-based radical indie publisher has announced the surprise ...
July 16, 2018
Contest! Win a Summer Reads Prize Pack of Essays from Porcupine's Quill!
Porcupine's Quill wants you to have the best summer reading experience you can, and all it takes to nab a chance at it is sending a simple email. That's right folks, we've got another terrific prize pack ...
July 06, 2016
The Lucky Seven Interview, with Deanna Reder and Linda Morra
Indigenous literature in North America is incredibly diverse and exciting category, so putting together a collection of essays that seeks to comprehensively address the rich themes, identities, mythology, ...
April 21, 2014
Special Interview: Dr. Francis Warner on the AGO's Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty
Artists Francis Bacon and Henry Moore were contemporaries (though never collaborators) who shared an obsession with expressing themes of suffering, struggle and survival in relation to the human body. ...