A group of writers in Kingston‚ Ontario, is doing its part to aid in the current international refugee crisis‚ and to support authors persecuted overseas.
I wrote a children’s story with my oldest granddaughter in mind, and I’m not sure what I might do with it.
Marianne Apostolides often bikes to an art gallery after a session of writing. Looking at things from different angles and… Read More »
The Canada Council for the Arts is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Governor General’s Literary Awards with a new interactive art exhibition.
Dear Agony Editor, (Illustration: Evan Munday) Writing fiction can be very solitary. How do I keep on writing when I’m… Read More »
Considering Hal Niedzviecki’s most recent book was a criticism of society’s obsession with the future, it’s not surprising that the culture… Read More »
In an attempt to draw attention to and rethink the use of obsolete urban spaces‚ Netherlands-based artist Sjoerd Ter Borg… Read More »
Dear Agony Editor, (Illustration: Evan Munday) I’m in a writing group, but I often find the feedback I get to… Read More »
Most writers, contemplating the end of a hugely popular fantasy series that has represented nearly a decade’s worth of work,… Read More »
Pelee Island‚ Ontario, a remote community of fewer than 200, accessible by Lake Eerie ferry‚ is set to host a new… Read More »