Sociological (and sometimes mischievous) terminology like identity gap and cultural appropriation, accommodation and even assertions like Euro-centrism and Orientalism and […]
Volume 24 Issue 3
Dawson – The New “Other” as The New “Us”?
BIO: Jason is a 36 year old male.
The mass shootings in Utoya, Norway seemed to have shocked the average person, who has never noticed the trends […]
Rola Harmouche (RH): Thanks for letting me know about the show.
When I was in class three, I remember reading a story about Guru Nanak which spoke about his perplexity […]
Bio and art statement: Ling Yuen is a Canadian/Australian visual artist living, working and studying in Montreal and […]
When did Canada become the country that it is today?
August 15, 2011 – Abdullah Al Malki is a family man with a life story to tell, and based […]
** Editor’s note: We have rarely re-printed essays of a recent pedigree, but in this case, we found this essay […]
Reprieve Back again in Brooklyn, where it’s hot.
The low-budget aesthetic lends itself best to local, intimate settings.
Their love was banned.
Editors Note: Guy Rodgers, writer and scenariste, has been a tireless campaigner for English Language Artists in Montreal Quebec.
A fictional rendition of the story of King Dasharatha from the Ramayana Dasharatha could hear the mynas and […]
Budapest Suites, I (from Grand Gnostic Central: DC Books, 1998) “Apply what you know to what you feel […]
[audio: Mumbai Blood.mp3]
There are twenty-seven sequels being released this year.
******** August 27, 2011 What a Beautiful Day.