...they were born in a country where female foeticide – and even infanticide – is endemic.
Volume 29 Issue 4
Where there is no poverty and oppression – Where there is no prisoner of political dissent – There will be […]
The Filipino people are like a long-lost family that I did not know I had.
"Canada has seldom been a benevolent international actor. "
A Second Coming, Canadian Migration Fiction Edited by Donald F. Mulcahy, Guernica, 348 pages One of the best stories included […]
Getting into her white coat, she glanced at the list of people to whom she had given an appointment over the telephone during the weekend.
After the storm, turned my back on my lover till he sighed and left.
Thirty years ago, in November 1986, we launched our very first issue of Montréal Serai. While commemorating this important milestone, we […]
Two stories, one set in Canada, the other in India
Article 4 is an article of the Constitution of the post-WW II Italian Republic that deals with the right of every citizen (regardless of race, sex, gender or any other bias) to obtain a reasonably paid, decent job.
Mexican filmmakers Luis Ernesto Nava and Keisdo Shimabukuro have devoted the last ten years to understanding and documenting human migrations through Mexico.
Settler Education, is a historically informed book of poetry that roams through Canada’s past, focusing on the destabilizing impact of colonialism, particularly on the indigenous population of North America, but also on European settlers.
And on the second day, God said: “When sadness falls upon thee, eat gluten and eat a lot of it.” That day she ate many pancakes.
Rafiq is a young, second-generation, Indo-Canadian Muslim being implicated in a plot to bomb public places in Toronto.
Leonard Cohen was unaffectedly honest about his warts and failings and, far from wreaking havoc, his candour revealed a rare, gentle grace and elegance that defeated ego or pretence.
In these difficult, divisive, often overwhelming times, all of us crave a clear, quiet space
The Hindu goddess Durga represents strength, motherhood and the victory of good over evil.
Israel is anxious to have its ugly birth forgotten, but On the Side of the Road,
A man awakens from his coma, his caregivers, family and colleagues realize that he suffers from “neglect syndrome”.