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Mulciber by Lynn Crosbie

Mulciber by Lynn Crosbie Michael takes me to the cabana; I am hot and flustered. The Havana sun beats on our striped umbrella, I drink banana daiquiris and Michael sips club sodas, cool and self-possessed. Why don’t we ever talk, I ask, flustered by his attention, his quiet kindness. I was so mad at you, … Read More

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison: “I feel really lucky to have such good people in my life.”

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, on the people that stand by her side — both mentally and physically. “The people who are there are just rockstars. They have been such deep emotional support for me, but also physical support. Sometimes the treatment has made it very difficult for … Read More

Affirmations by Karen Solie

Affirmations by Karen Solie

Affirmations by Karen Solie Has the past not pursued me with its face and haven’t I turned away? Can a thing made once not be made again? Hasn’t the rider returned to her horse, the dog to his master? Isn’t this the lesson of our popular literature? And was the trash not collected this morning, … Read More

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison: “I’ve met incredible women.”

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, on the communities she’s been introduced to, and the organizations she’s worked with, since being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Teva Harrison was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37. In this brilliant and inspiring graphic memoir, she documents through comic illustration and short personal essays … Read More

Inheritance by Erin Mouré

Inheritance by Erin Mouré

Inheritance by Erin Mouré Father my father died of dying undied himself from my mother even from me his daughter, he unlocked his shoulder-case and self-undied. My father died snowing or not even snowing yet, unsuspecting the place where his lungs existed. He got up and said “it appears to be snowing,” lucent with orchids you … Read More

Babysitters by Sara Peters

Babysitters by Sara Peters

Babysitters by Sara Peters Your mother was as nubile as a dressmaker’s dummy; your father polished his glasses and rubbed his crop. When the Babysitter arrived, with her turquoise belt and raw mouth, your father had never seen such a fine wrist, such a way with an onion! She pinned a plastic hummingbird behind one … Read More

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison on Creating the Panels and Strips for In-Between Days

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, discusses her processes of creating each panel and strip for In-Between Days. Teva Harrison was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37. In this brilliant and inspiring graphic memoir, she documents through comic illustration and short personal essays what it means to live with the disease. … Read More

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison: “Colour diminished the impact to me.”

“In some way, colour diminished the impact to me. it didn’t feel like it was as clear or strong as the black-and-white images.” In the next installment in our video series with Teva Harrison, she explains why decided to keep In-Between Days in black-and-white as opposed to adding colour. Teva Harrison was diagnosed with metastatic … Read More

Interview with Melanie Raabe, author of The Trap

In this exclusive interview, Melanie Raabe, author of The Trap, discusses how she came up with the idea for her novel, and the challenges that arose. The famous novelist Linda Conrads, 38, is a mystery to her fans and the media. She hasn’t set foot over the threshold of her villa on Lake Starnberg for … Read More

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison on Her Relationship With the Act of Drawing

“When I first got sick I didn’t want to talk to anybody. I didn’t know how to talk about what was happening to me. But one of the ways I pulled myself out of the depression of my diagnosis was… by drawing.” In the video below, Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, discusses her relationship … Read More

West Range by Ken Babstock

West Range by Ken Babstock

West Range by Ken Babstock Skyline cranes toward its source in cranes — each demarcates a height we urge the girders grow to; the girders might just as well ignore us, though. Emily Haines ignores the limits of her skin, and molded plywood’s not lumber, but was. “Capitalism in December” stands as subject of the … Read More

Teva Harrison Author of In-Between Days

Teva Harrison: “Drawing is a way to interpret the world around us.”

Teva Harrison, author of In-Between Days, discusses the roots of her interest in art and drawing in the second of our series of videos on Teva and her memoir. Teva Harrison was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37. In this brilliant and inspiring graphic memoir, she documents through comic illustration and … Read More