Fun shapes, bold colours–certainly terms that describe the visual creations of Emily Storvold. Still, anyone close to her knows that under her more playful layer is a head brimming with philosophical rumination, and more specifically, rumination as it relates to existence. That’s probably why she reacted so positively when I found myself asking: “Hey, youContinue reading “Grave Subjects: Emily Storvold on Art, Death, and the Afterlife”
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Trust, Self-Construal, and a Philosophy of Dance with #YEG Lindy Hopper, Turlough Myers
Welcome to Edmonton’s secret world of swing solidarity!
Read on to meet local Edmonton swing dancer Turlough Myers and hear what he has to say on trust, equality, and the philosophy of dance!
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Exploring Liam Leroux’s “Ostrich MgQuarck is the Worst Detective in the World”
A while back I had the honour of having both a short story and a small book review published in the inaugural issue of The Bolo Tie Collective’s annual anthology. While the short story casts a dark shadow on Edmonton’s 104th Avenue, the book review below takes a lighter approach to local author Liam Leroux’sContinue reading “Exploring Liam Leroux’s “Ostrich MgQuarck is the Worst Detective in the World””
Diving for Lilies: A Personal Account of Tracey Lindberg’s “Birdie”
This review is a personal perspective on Tracey Lindberg’s Birdie, and outlines my own impressions regarding this narrative. There are no spoilers, so if you haven’t read it yet, don’t worry! If you have, I would love to hear your own reflections in the comments below!
Fragile Equilibriums & Sudden Fictions: A Review of Paulo Da Costa’s The Midwife of Torment
The following Book Review by Jessica Barratt was originally published at Prism international. Read the full review here, or by clicking below! Weaving many flash-fiction works into a single, bound narrative, Paulo Da Costa’s The Midwife of Torment paints humanity in its honest bright colours and oscillating emotions of anger, anguish, terror, and curiosity. Between theContinue reading “Fragile Equilibriums & Sudden Fictions: A Review of Paulo Da Costa’s The Midwife of Torment”