Walls You tell me you are not like me. Nor am I like you, but obliterating my thoughts, my feelings, […]
Green String Beans Long thin beans on slender stems, fresh, smooth velvet carefully picked, weighed, lifted. Carried them as […]
a moving collage of essays, conversations, aphorisms, poems, interviews and reflections
In the past couple of years, we have all discussed and dissected, with intensity, the man-made climatological changes […]
Québec has just passed Bill 21, which bans many Québecers from holding positions of authority in the public service […]
Maru and the Maple Leaf by Uma Parameswaran, Larkuma Publishing, 2016 (367 pages) Uma Parameswaran, a retired professor of […]
Radius Islamicus by Julian Samuel, Guernica Editions, 2018 “The radius islamicus is the farthest distance a camel part is […]
A certain element of uncertainty and adventure motivates me.
Promises for compensation are made and broken as a matter of course.
We are the rational and sensible ones with access to almost every piece of information over the Internet. We are intelligent, sentient beings.
I believe that poets have a moral responsibility to speak up for those whose own voices have been suppressed or altogether silenced.
Thirty years ago, in November 1986, we launched our very first issue of Montréal Serai. While commemorating this important milestone, we […]
En route to Europe and Asia, I find graffiti everywhere on streets and train stations in Copenhagen. Many words on […]
“She is a liar and a cheat. She is an elephant. She is my wife.” And it was the […]