The following feature is an opinion piece on one of modern literature’s most experimental and controversial of writers, William Burroughs.
Issues with which we writers should concern ourselves when creating fictional characters.
A visit of the Mandrid to the Hindu temple in Toronto, Ontario.
Have you ever made the easy decision, rather than the right decision, and it ended up ruining your life […]
Germany today is facing its dark Nazi and Communist past with memorials to the horrendous deeds perpetrated by the Fascists.
Ogibway women around the world sing to water. They give thanks to water in prayers in ceremonies. They give […]
Stunning boat and dock photography.
Photography from around Detroit.
These photographs are the result of an accident. While cleaning up a barn, I found three broken, and abandoned windows.
A transgendered teenager, engages in a fantasy with her girlfriend to express her love for her and to avoid the awful reality of being raped.
This story takes place in London. Franc, a London-living Albanian, gets a call from his close mate Zen who asks for help to collect a debt.
The main characters brother tragically dies. She has now given up on everything and will not even speak.
A man walking home in the rain takes cover in what he thinks is an Empty Storefront, but it is the storefront for an elderly blind man’s barbershop.
A short reflection on education, privilege, homelessness, hope, and, of course, five-hundred dollar, leather boots.
Love and Death – turnabout IS fair play.
“Fervent Orison” explores very briefly the classic moment in which ‘the young man with the destiny’ must pull away from the mundane.
A high school football game in Texas in 1981. A time and place as dead and gone as the glories of Rome.
The narrator meets a poor pensioner in the streets of Tirana, Albania. He tells him about his son, made unemployable ‘because of his long beard’
Chuck just wants to get to the store for a coffee and a roll. When someone snakes his spot, he becomes unglued.
A man trapped in a forest realizes that it may not be what he thinks it is. In fact, it may not be a forest at all.
A poem for Canada’s Birthday.
This poem threads the needle of the human subconscious, to materialize an icon humans face when they get tension building up in them.
This poem is about a person who has an accident and explores both the person who died and the taxi driver who killed him.
What were You thinking – G?
Looks at the changes in our society.
Trying to play it cool, trying to play hard-to-get, waiting excruciating days before replying to emails, worried that her
Miss Hooker is going to be my wife one day
Life on the Baja peninsular
Even the tiny closets are empty.
I looked for a secret door
Witness the insolent upstart
nonchalantly rouse the rabble