March 2010

  • Strange Bedfellows

    A review of Canadian Maverick: The Life and Times of Ivan C. Rand, by William Kaplan
  • A Country Worth Living In

    A review of Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, by Citizenship Canada
  • Progressive Fortune Telling

    A review of Beyond the Bubble: Imagining a New Canadian Economy, by James Laxer
  • The Anguish of Aftermath

    A review of The Fallen, by Stephen Finucan
  • The Scoop on Peacekeeping

    A review of Pale Blue Hope: Death and Life in Asian Peacekeeping, by Ronald Poulton
  • American or British Liberty?

    A review of Le concept de liberté au Canada à l’époque des Révolutions atlantiques (1776–1838), by Michel Ducharme
  • The Flat Rock Light 1997

    A poem
  • Nothing lasts, nothing’s finished…

  • Where Jesus went (for Art Slade)

  • A Sad Effect of Tenure

  • Prismatic Fiction

    A review of Waiting for Columbus, by Thomas Trofimuk
  • Down on the Farm

    A review of Trauma Farm: A Rebel History of Rural Life, by Brian Brett, and The War in the Country: How the Fight to Save Rural Life Will Shape Our Future, by Thomas F. Pawlick
  • The Race for the Arctic

    A review of Who Owns the Arctic? Understanding Sovereignty Disputes in the North, by Michael Byers
  • In Praise of Short Books

    A review of The Forgotten Peace: Mediation at Niagara Falls, 1914, by Michael Small, and Fiscal Federalism: A Comparative Introduction, by George Anderson
  • Neglectful Disrespect

    A review of Bomb Canada: And Other Unkind Remarks in the American Media, by Chantal Allan

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Justin Chen

Justin Chen is an illustrator based in Vancouver, British Columbia. His work has appeared in Feathertale, Ricepaper, and SubTerrain Magazine. His recent projects can be seen at