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My Indian: An Interview with Chief Mi’sel Joe and Sheila O’Neill

In 1822, William Epps Cormack sought the expertise of Sylvester Joe, a Mi'kmaw guide who led him across Newfoundland in search of the last remaining Beothuk camps on the island and whom he referred to only as "My Indian" in his journals. Now, Chief Mi’sel Joe and Sheila ...

Quoted: Permanent Revolution

In her newest book  Permanent Revolution (Book*hug Press), prolific feminist writer Gail Scott collects new essays alongside revisited work from her groundbreaking text, Spaces Like Stairs. Engaging writers who contribute to current queer/feminist avant-garde spaces, th ...

Read This, Then That: An Italian Getaway with a Newfoundland Twist

If you Eat, Pray Love(d) along with Elizabeth Gilbert, you'll go head over heels for Bernardine Ann Teraz Stapleton's love, life (Breakwater Books), about one woman's self-exploratory romp in Italy with a Newfoundland twist and whole lotta pasta.

Test Kitchen: A Sip With a Twist + The List of Last Chances

Caitlin Press and  DOSC restaurant's bar manager Xavier recently teamed up to develop A Sip With a Twist, a gin-based cocktail inspired by Christina Myers's  The List of Last Chances (Caitlin Press) that follows a pair of reluctant travel companions across the cou ...

Do-Lit-Yourself: Spring Nails Edition

We're bringing back our favourite Do-Lit-Yourself activity to celebrate spring: nail art! Find out which new covers inspired our literary manis this season. 

Read With Pride: Six Books for Pride Month

Poet and editor Conyer Clayton—whose debut collection We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite (Guernica Editions) was named a finalist for the 2021 ReLit Award for Poetry—shares some of her favourite books by queer and trans writers and those reflecting on queer experiences ...

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