Search This Blog

Loading...

Literary Blogs

Journal and Press Blogs

  • Mark Danner discusses “Guantánamo Diary,” by Mohamedou Ould Slahi, and David Adam discusses his book, “The Man Who Couldn’t Stop.”
    11 hours ago
  • I was just working on an essay (another one) about Alice Munro and came upon this lovely little set of photographs and quotations in the Globe and Mail. Qu...
    15 hours ago
  • Being a playwright in Canada is like being an ice sculptor: you are a practitioner of an obscure art form… Read More » The post Playwright Hannah Moscovi...
    16 hours ago
  • Staff Rod McKuen has died; poems for cash; Minnesota’s moment; and other news. Page 1 This is all the info relevant to page 1 of the article. Eve...
    17 hours ago
  • This month we’re keeping it simple. Just tell us your favourite book from the last five years, and we’ll stick it in the hat. But no special pleading Wha...
    18 hours ago
  • Yet another new thriller is being touted as the heir to Gillian Flynn's blockbuster, but it's not a simple formula
    2 days ago
  • There are four pamphlets in 2014′s Faber New Poets series: 9: Rachael Allen 10: Will Burns 11: Zaffar Kunial 12: Declan Ryan Sixteen pages is quite a slend...
    4 days ago
  • From Issue 7 - An excerpt from EARTHLING by Aisha Franz: http://www.therustytoque.com/comics-aisha-franz.html AISHA FRANZ is a German cartoonist and illu...
    1 week ago
  • In a Cabinet of Curiosities, issue #167, marks the end of 45 years for Descant. This means Nikolina Likarevic is our last production editor in a long line ...
    3 weeks ago
  • Tomaž Šalamun *Photograph with a Quote from Yazoo: **Deep in Each Other’s Dream* Christ is my sex object, therefore I am not an ethical problem. I lead hi...
    4 weeks ago
  • American Life in Poetry: Column 496 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE One of Grant Wood’s earliest paintings is of a pair of old shoes, and it hangs in the ...
    3 months ago

Prose Blogs