Tracey Waddleton was raised in Trepassey, Newfoundland, and now splits her time between St. John’s and Montreal. She was a finalist for the 2013 NLCU Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers, and in 2014 her stories won both second and third place in the Cuffer Prize Competition. She was the recipient of the Lawrence Jackson Award in 2015. Waddleton’s work has been published in Riddle Fence, The Telegram, NQOnline, Paragon 6, and various Cuffer Anthologies.
If you've been finding it hard to read with all of this uncertainty in the world, we recommend catching the tail-end of Short Story Month with our tasty list of short story reads, all with a swirly bent on the strange and surreal. Here in the Off/Kilter Kitchen, we give you ... Read more
Influential social activist Gemma Hickey is a force for change and tireless advocate for the LGBTQ2+ community: in 2005 they co-led the movement that legalized same-sex marriage in Canada, and in 2017 their request for a gender-neutral birth certificate spurred Newfoundland ... Read more
This week we contemplated decolonization and Indigenous Poetics with an essay from D.A. Lockart, introduced our August #alubookclub pick, armchair explored some Canadian trails, and queued up a Spotify playlist.
For many of us, summer vacation is a chance to take a break from our regular daily schedule: wake up, shower, eat, work, eat, sleep, REPEAT. It can get pretty monotonous. But that doesn’t mean your summer reads have to be. We’ve picked a selection of five books beyond the ... Read more
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