Editorial note: Charles William Johnson shares some of his intriguing and controversial research into ancient art forms, with special reference […]
Vol 32 No 4
Along the south bank of the River Thames strode a sunken-faced man carrying a small book.
Perhaps scientific understanding and artistic imagining are different aspects of the same impulse.
Montréal Serai editor Claudia Itzkowich visited Amanda Woolrich in her studio to prepare this piece.
Call of the Loon Come back.
My father’s death defeated me; I felt robbed by it. It didn’t come as a surprise because he […]
Mitochondrial Eve A plague of poppies: salmon, tomato, apricot.
When we say first principles, we claim we are going down to the basics.
Turbulence it’s not the breath, in or out not quite breath’s only the boundary sneaks past smooth ebbs on […]
One reason to go to medical school can be a letter from a university congratulating you on a successful […]
I I find her hunched in her chair a wizened crow wrapped in a food-smeared bib porridge drying on […]
The zeitgeist of our times is characterized by creativity and innovation, particularly in the fields of art and […]
Cardinal Flower Red flash— a few sprigs puncture the monotony of brown-green bog, never-ending evergreens and skeletons of cedar.
ODE TO HIPPOCRATES Who’s Hippocrates, I know, in Crete or someplace else – calling out to the Sirens, the […]
“In its encounter with Nature, science invariably elicits a sense of reverence and awe.
Snow Is Falling Snow is falling.
Summernote V Call her goddess of heath and yellow gorse.
The South Asian Film Festival of Montréal (SAFFM) was launched in 2011.
Cheeky Mathematics He and she fuse their cells with the sticky glue of their warm juices Two cells […]