If such a thing as “the Canadian short story” exists, it perhaps resembles the Canadian identity in its staunch refusal to accommodate any sort of stringent definition.
When he first asked to photograph a stranger, Wayne Simpson couldn’t have imagined that he was about to embark on a years-long project that would culminate in a book of portraits and personal stories.
An impromptu decision to collaborate with a friend, Toronto cartoonist and illustrator Saul Freedman-Lawson, showed Bergman his online column could be a full-length book.
The winner will receive $3,000 and a publishing contract.
When George Toles first joined Facebook, he found the medium dull but had an idea how to make it more interesting.
Halfe shares her plans for her two-year term as parliamentary poet laureate.
Terese Mason Pierre imagines the book launch of the future in this original short story.