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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

Best Canadian Magazine Photojournalists | NMA 2016 Nominees

On June 10th journalists from around the country will gather at the 39th annual National Magazine Awards gala, where one of the awards presented will recognize excellence in… 145 more words


Meet the Finalists for Best New Magazine Writer | NMA 2016 Nominees

We’re just three weeks away from the 39th annual National Magazine Awards gala, where among other surprises and delights we will find out who is named Canada’s Best New Magazine Writer, an award sponsored by the… 1,143 more words