Quill and Quire


By Tim Conley

“Avant-garde writing in English Canada has never enjoyed much more than a token degree of prestige among the literati of this country,” write Gregory Betts and Christian Bök in the introduction to their recent critical ... Read More »

April 11, 2019 | Filed under: Fiction: Short, Reviews

By Dina Del Bucchia

In the prose poem “ADIDAS,” from Domenica Martinello’s debut collection, the speaker asks: “If you are the siren why do you balk at rebranding? A hot iron can turn a sea cow into iconography. Split-tailed, ... Read More »

April 8, 2019 | Filed under: Poetry