BOOK REVIEW by Rachel More Margaret Lindsay Holton’s Trillium Trillium by Margaret Lindsay Holton is a book that is steeped in both geography and history. A very specific, very localized geography and history. Trillium chronicles the history of the Niagara Peninsula and European settlement and development here. From the first sentence “Clinging tightly to … Continue reading Book Review: Rachel More • Margaret Lindsay Holton
NUTGROVE (short story) By Luke Beirne Ivanna’s broom swept over the dark brown knots on the hardwood floor, leaving a perfectly squared trail through the pine needles scattered across it. The tree was standing in the corner beside the big window, looking out through sheer curtains to the back yard. There was no fireplace in … Continue reading Short Story • by Luke Beirne
QUESTION AND ANSWER (short story) BY ARCHIE ZHANG When they ask you a question, you should know the answer. It’s a simple question. Just tell them what they want to hear. Tell you what you want to hear. What do you want? In my mind, I see a line. And over that line, I see … Continue reading Short Story • by Archie Zhang
Submit! The 3rd Annual SHORT WORKS PRIZE for Writing. Open to Hamilton-area authors, emerging writers, and youth. Presented in partnership by Hamilton Arts & Letters magazine, Bryan Prince Bookseller, and the Hamilton Public Library. For more information click here! DEADLINE EXTENDED: July 4, 2016. Thanks to our 2016 Sponsors: McMaster University, Redeemer University College, The Rotary … Continue reading Short Works Prize!
A MINUTE TO EVEN THINK (short fiction) BY ELISHA STAM Dooley the dog noses the door open from a crack when Magda is on the toilet and sits right in front of her so she has no choice but to pet him. Dooley wants to ask her important questions that can’t wait till she gets … Continue reading Short Story • Elisha Stam