The illustrations are done with ink on paper and all measuring @ 5″X7″.
This artwork uses layers of collage and mixed media to portray memory, drawing on city life, poetry, art history, and other urban influences.
Celebrating the differences. Acrylic and charcoal on canvas.
A quiet scene from the Reiffel Bird Sanctuary on the Fraser River Estuary, near Vancouver, B.C.
Paintings and sculptures.
Drawing of Garcia Lorca.
White paper clay sculptures, various designs.
Using a tilt-shift lens and post-processing for the colors, I created this photo of a Paris street that looks like a vein of gold.
Assorted paper white clay sculptures.
After the long, cold, dark winters I find the spring so invigorating. I finally started photographing budding flowers and green city views again.
There are 88 Hitler clones in total, every clone being the source material for the subsequent one.
Stunning boat and dock photography.
Photography from around Detroit.
An appreciation of Russian writer Aleksandr Chakovsky, who, despite being a loathsome Stalinist toady, wrote at least one really good book.
A short personal essay on vulnerability and the writing process.
A review of Kym Cunningham’s debut collection of personal essays; Difficulty Swallowing.
Women writers in the 19th and 20th Centuries were far ahead of their time.
Is inspiration ephemeral or damn hard work? One writer provides his thoughts on this perennial subject.
Review of author Jewel Davis’s memoir – a window into the Baby Boomer Generation.
Shakespeare had once composed, and asked Jacques to tell the literary world of a ball that was, to him, a stage.
A review of Review of Flowers, all sorts in blossom, figs, berries, and fruits forgotten, a book of poetry by Oisin Breen.
The best writing advice I have ever received.
A close reading of both Bartleby and The Stranger highlights the striking similarities in imagery, symbolism, and theme between the two works.
To the Dogs and Tender Is the Night are two works that strive to challenge Freudian notions on Psychoanalytic methods and gender theories.
This review looks at Beth Lisick’s forthcoming novel and engages with how Lisick’s title character will speak to the aging non-conformist.
Editor Karen Schauber has put together a fascinating collection of literary stories, all of which were inspired by famous, historic Canadian paintings.
A legal secretary gets a peek at the reality behind her lush fantasy life.
We’ve heard about witches, books, and historical monuments being burned to ash, but what happens when it becomes writers instead?
A rock concert becomes a fiery inferno, forever changing the lives of two best friends.
An unconventional Christmas story.
Somewhere in a post-patriarchal future where the onus is placed on men to be sure they have consent.
A chance meeting with a mysterious stranger provides a pathway to salvation for a desperate man who has lost his way during a pandemic.
A myth about the creation of the rose and the struggle to make sense of why pain exists.
A story of one young American boy and his infatuation with his older Canadian friend, and their efforts to unionize the plant where they worked.
A small town is on edge due to a string of brutal murders. The town’s most senior detective, Detective Lohelm is on the case.
Tree limbs provide a bridge across fences dividing people.
What does the cow see behind the woman and child?
At the crossroads of faith and artificial intelligence.
The limits of grieving alone.
Frigid & stiff the valorous mortal lay
Dead are those days when we were gay
The chill of the sudden parental departure.
A moment of finding out a hard truth.
The goal is to blur and cross boundaries between the historic and contemporary, dream and conscious thought, ego and other.
We bought his mind at a garage sale.
It can jump from one thing to the
Inspired by Imagism while pausing on small moments and still spaces.
Life during COVID19.
Earth’s Nature took a backseat.
Mutant man, loomed a siege.
An Aesop Fables style narrative about how we should always try to be our own unique individual.
Centered around the strength and relentless power of women, which is obscured and made to be surprising when it is finally revealed.
A short poem about someone else’s poems.
A in-depth poem that is both relevant to our current time, sentiments, and issues of the world.
I haven’t written a poem in a long time.
The words were missing, lost children.