Miigwetch Rex

I lived and died with the lake that Mino Bee told the world he came from.

Celebration of Life

At Jen’s celebration of life, I told the story of the first time we met.

Not Compost

In the hospital, I have a roommate who snores.

A space for exploring experimental and multi-form writing in combination with disciplines including (but not limited to) visual art, mixed-media, science and technology, audio, performance, and video; a space of endless possibility.


The Temple of Inconvenient Sisterhood

Pure Indulgence


"A Scene" and "Metaphors"

At some point, all of this will stop:

three hours with papa johnny

when the cat’s away, the mice will play! i tell you as mama pulls out of the driveway.


My first clear memory of you, come to call, I was three years old.

On Editing as Midwifery: An Interview with Martha Sharpe

I have known Martha Sharpe for a little over four years. In that time, she has been my mentor, my collaborator, and perhaps more famously, the first person who published my novel.

“Robert Frost never tried a Deep’n Delicious cake”: An Interview with Melanie Power

I met Melanie Power for a Monday morning interview in downtown Montréal, a city we both now call home, though we were born and raised elsewhere.

An Alchemy of Fleeting Moments in Beast at Every Threshold by Natalie Wee

Natalie Wee’s second poetry collection titled Beast at Every Threshold explores themes of belonging, womanhood, migration, and desire in an intimate and profound way.

Old Rivers, New Pathways

Mariam Pirbhai’s Isolated Incident begins in an angry mind.