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The Trust Spiral

Restoring faith in the media

Dear Prudence

A life of exuberance and eccentricity

Who’s Afraid of Alice Munro?

A long-awaited biography gives the facts, but not the mystery, behind this writer’s genius

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Meaghan Way Meaghan Way is an illustrator based in Toronto. She loves architecture, sculpture, set design, bold colours, and layered textures. Her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, 3×3, and Applied Arts; her clients include Vice, Samsung, Frank + Oak, Canon, and Droga5.

CanLit’s Comedy Problem

Pardon My Parka, and other Humorous Canadian Initiatives

Pasha Malla

Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson in conversation with Dionne Brand

Dionne Brand and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

A Little Sincerity

A note from the editor-in-chief

Sarmishta Subramanian

The Child As Organizational Colleague

Lessons learn from the “Tiny anarchic guerrillas” in our midst

Ian Garrick Mason

David Adams Richards: An iconoclast protests

A grand parable of modern scapegoating

Mark Fried

Rachel Cusk: Mother as spider

Being a woman and an artist in the world

Kate Taylor

Sisterhood of the Secret Pantaloons

Suffragists and their descendants: the long view from Joan Sangster, Christabelle Sethna and Steve Hewitt

Susan Whitney

The Americanization of Oscar Wilde

The early days of a modern celebrity

Gregory Mackie

Scenes from a marriage

Aida Edemariam on one woman's life against the backdrop of Haile Selassie’s rise and fall

Donna Bailey Nurse

The oil stays in the picture

The tar sands, and a war of images

Brian Jacobson