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FLASH FICTION: Chembera Bridge


Read my latest bit of fiction for The Walrus, “Chembera Bridge,” right here.

If you enjoy my stories, don’t be shy about letting  42 more words

FLASH FICTION: The Charrington Copter

A madwoman … a helicopter … a wig. The three essential ingredients of a short story. Read my latest for The Walrus, the Charrington Copter, right… 49 more words

Off the Page, with Dan Rubinstein

This week on Off the Page, our interview series with National Magazine Award winners, we chat with author and NMA-winning journalist Dan Rubinstein, whose 2015 book… 1,135 more words

NMA Winners

Playing God by Richard Kelly Kemick

This is a wonderful, funny, and beautifully written essay on miniatures. Although he is talking about miniature Christmas villages, it has the same implications as our scale miniatures: the building of a world that generates and encourages stories and speculations about more than itself. 15 more words


Until Next Year...

Have a very debauched holiday. And as debauched a New Year as possible.

Remember: if you’re looking for some holiday reading, I’ve got you covered:  7 more words

The Eleventh Commandment...

… aka a new cartoon, for you. My last of 2015. Peruse it here.

Remember: if you like my cartoons, let The Walrus know by sending a quick note to letters@thewalrus.ca, a tweet to  18 more words