It was exactly a hundred years ago that Clara Zetkin, leader of the Women’s Office for the Social […]
Volume 23 Issue 1
Montreal Serai Editor Rana Bose interviewed Catherine Potter, leader of the Catherine Potter-Duniya Project, after her show at the […]
Edited by Susan Dubrofsky Has the work of artists who are women been attributed incorrectly more frequently than that […]
Think old people can be troublesome?
Why would one state government spend sleepless nights trying to provide maximum security to someone whose mere existence is […]
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To listen to this text click here: [audio:Womaninalineup.mp3] Oh excuse me, I just got pushed from behind, I didn’t mean to […]
…I don’t know why I’ve agreed to this… but here I am… here we are… he briskly raps the […]
In grade seven, I had a crush on Eric. Tall, lean, gorgeous Eric. He was in the same year […]
After years of denouncing Mother Country’s contempt for its emigrants stuck in the 1950s, I am airing the dirty […]
I was a teenager the last time I saw Fatma.
Reading A Woman Among Warlords you may find yourself forgetting on occasion that this is, in fact, a work […]
The Heart Does Break: Canadian Writers on Grief and Mourning, edited by George Bowering and Jean Baird, Random House […]
Amongst the most memorable names that I heard as a child, growing up in a South Asian Muslim household, […]
The following poems are taken from Luigi Moneferrante’s new collection entitled: Stiletto Heels And a Pork Pie Hat On […]
The Housewife’s Lament was written as a protest song, out of the experience of women in the not too […]
Girouard Avenue, copyright Stephen Morrissey 2009, Coracle Press (Montreal), 80 pages.
Blue Poppy, copyright Ilona Martonfi 2009, Coracle Press, 72 pages In Ilona Martonfi’s new book of poetry, the title […]
February 18, 2010 For Elisa Zlami, the burden of her fractured leg just got heavier, literally. The day before, Marc, […]
http://www.haitianalysis.com/2010/1/29/the-land-that-wouldn-t-lie-foreign-intervention-in-haiti Reprinted with permission from Haiti Liberte. An abbreviated version of this article first appeared as ‘The Land that […]
February 9th, 2010 Slande flew out of Miami two days after the Haitian earthquake struck.