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A Bit of the Applause (For John Lennon)

You were the Walrus
Then you were John
You were the Dreamweaver
And now, you are gone

You were a poet
You were a man… 67 more words


Throwback: The Walrus

J Sheekey, London. Many years ago.

The members’ room at the V&A isn’t the only place affected by self-important customers demanding the world revolves around them and nobody else. 574 more words

Mona Awad--"Bye Judy and Good Luck" (The Walrus, July/August 2016)

SOUNDTRACK: RHEOSTATICS (Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, September 3, 2015–surprise show).

Almost exactly one year ago, my family traveled to Toronto as a mini-vacation.  929 more words

Short Story

Gender and theatre criticism

As a freelance theatre critic, my work sometimes feels like a return to Girl Guide camp, with counsellor figures cautioning me about where I should and should not tread.

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Sorry to say...

The editors of The Walrus have decided, quite unexpectedly and without intelligible explanation, nine months into an agreed-upon one year term, that my services as resident creative columnist are no longer required. 75 more words

FLASH FICTION: Chapel of the Pines

“Mama burned the town down…” One more story, for the road. Read it here.

The Walrus: Get The Night Started with Oysters

The Walrus
64 Staunton Street, Soho, Central

Hong Kong