Montreal Serai’s cultural critic ***** Le Siecle de Cartier-Bresson.
Volume 25 Issue 4
Louis Dudek was one of my professors at McGill University, later he became a friend.
In november, flocks of birds fly in spectacular changing formations over the botanical garden of the downtown roman sky.
Yes, this is a Literature issue and it was always destined to be one. I was going to talk extensively […]
Two excerpts from a forthcoming debut collection of short stories, Bombay Wali and other stories, by Veena Gokhale, Guernica Editions, […]
The Tao Book Club gang was safely ensconced in the corner of the restaurant mezzanine by the time I got […]
In the mid-1960s Alonzo Martin and his brother Victor inherited a stony farm in the Luberon from a bachelor uncle, […]
Artist Statement: Mille et un papiers, les chemins de l’exil s’inspire des échanges avec plusieurs réfugiés forcés à quitter leur pays.
…do the bouquinistes along the Seine offer a lesson for us?
Partial submission I thought of mailing you a paper-clip then thought again for surely you must have some in a […]
Who made us and our world?
Editor’s Note: The following paper was presented at a Conference in Honour of Northrop Frye on the Centenary of His […]
I Canada – Deformed at home, diminished abroad Activist, journalist, and researcher Yves Engler has just produced an important handbook […]
TO BIG BILL BROONZY OF MISSISSIPPI it’s moving and it’s quiet in mISsissipI, MISSisSIP pi, miSSSSiSSSSi pI!
An Interview With Meenakshi Shedde There was a rare treat at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in the week […]
[From the website of Véhicule Press] Véhicule Press began in 1973 on the premises of Véhicule Art Inc., one of […]
Take a pinch of Conrad, a soupçon of Chekhov, shake vigorously and you get Rushdie.