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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

The Melmac Years

My peculiar resin d’être

José Teodoro

José Teodoro has written on literature and cinema for publications such as the Globe and Mail, Brick, Film Comment, and Quill & Quire. He is the author of several plays, including The Tourist.

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José Teodoro

How We Remember Leonard Cohen

Memorializing the artist who resists enshrinement October 2018
The death of Leonard Cohen was not a tragedy. He was eighty-two and loved ones were near. He’d been working at a gallop, producing three albums over his last six years—three of his finest, as it happens. He’d recovered from financial ruin by touring the world, selling out colossal venues, performing long enough some nights to rival Bruce…

The Instant of Disappearance

Three works, and a single moment in Jordan Tannahill’s mind February 2018
The entirety of the debut novel from the Ottawa-born, U.K.-based multidisciplinary artist Jordan Tannahill transpires in an instant, an instant in which an Ottawa-born, U.K.-based multidisciplinary artist named Jordan Tannahill hovers in the doorway of his terminally ill mother’s bedroom, beholding her inert form, uncertain as to whether she’s alive or dead. It is 11:04…