A photograph in an Irish newspaper depicts a member of the Garda Síochána shaking hands with his counterpart from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at one of the points where the territory of the Republic turns into that of . . .
A version of this conversation was broadcast on Writers & Company on CBC Radio One, produced by Sandra Rabinovitch.Kei Miller is an original. I first heard of him when his 2014 poetry collection, The Cartographer Tries to Map a . . .
Among the killings. Among the tickets. Among the dull transparency. Among the hunger. Among the family beyond our reach. Among the labour pool. Among that type of bread. Among the registered voters. Among the paperless statements. Among the eye of . . .
In the cosmology of Canadian cinema, Peter Mettler is our seeker. From his early experimental narrative feature, Scissere, to his inventive adaptation of Robert Lepage’s Tectonic Plates,from his sprawling essay film, Gambling, Gods and LSD, to . . .
Claudio Magris is among Italy’s foremost writers and thinkers. He is also a former senator; professor emeritus of modern German literature at the University of Trieste; a recipient of prestigious literary awards, including the Erasmus Prize, the Franz Kafka Prize, . . .
“I write like someone who intends to be posthumously discovered,” Harold Brodkey told New York magazine in 1988. On the cover of the issue, eight years before dying of AIDS, Brodkey clutches a heavily corrected manuscript like a child you’re . . .
Before he sold it, Jake Kennedy lived in a little wooden house, built in 1948 or 1949. It was typical of the older homes in Kelowna, British Columbia, a small but booming city amid the lakes and mountains of the . . .