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Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Clock Watching

The nuclear threat lingers still

Spending Power

Can compassion and efficiency be combined in the use of public funds?

Merle Nudelman

Merle Nudelman is a lawyer, poet, editor and teacher. Her first collection, Borrowed Light (Guernica, 2003), won the 2004 Canadian Jewish Book Award for Poetry. True as Moonlight, which is her fourth poetry collection, will be released in 2014. Her other books are We, the Women and The He We Knew, both published by Guernica in 2006 and 2010 respectively. She is poetry editor of the journal Parchment.

Articles by
Merle Nudelman

  For Richard B. Wright   He binds them without knot, twine or even splice, binds the agreeable words one to the other and others like the elements of water they cleave in storied delight while each continues to expound: sprung leaves on a rushing stream, unbound.…

Picasso at 90

January–February 2013
  Now he burns blue, spits at the scythe and hood, paints cruel age, the impotence — phallic pipes, the artist’s severed hand,   fecund woman scorning the besotted old man. Stained grey, splayed his fingers grip the brush, jab at the muted palette — fanned strokes   swift and uncluttered, duplicity discarded as his final years wrestle across the…