• Blog Series

    WEEKLY ROUNDUP: JANUARY 16TH, 2017

    January 16th, 2017     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    Secret Lives of Girls and Cats

    December 31st, 2016     by Lauren Kirshner     Comments

    A review of Panther by Brecht Evens (Drawn and Quarterly, 2016, $32.95) My cat Jasmine was a flouncy calico with celery-green eyes and a taste for yogurt and grass snakes. Her haughty manner and the roughly 40% of her that was ginger reminded me of the old movie star Rita Hayworth. When I was lucky, she’d anoint me with her presence on my bed. She was my buddy and secret-keeper for 14 years. When she died … READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUNDUP: DECEMBER 30

    December 30th, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    Call for submissions: Bawajigan Stories of Power

    December 26th, 2016     by Christine Smith McFarlane     Comments

    In the anthology Bawajigan (Anishinaabemowin for Dream) editors are gathering fictional stories about what it means to dream and be Indigenous, how dreams weave their way through our realities, how they impact history, lived experience, and the stories we tell each other and the world. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUNDUP: DECEMBER 9

    December 9th, 2016     by Victoria Fleming     Comments

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  • Lyn Mikel Brown: Powered by Girl Review

    December 6th, 2016     by Kaitlin Tremblay     Comments

    Growing up, I was raised by my mom, a single mom who was going back to school to become a nurse, while also raising three very rambunctious children. My mom is a loving, compassionate woman, but she also is a fighter. She taught me so much, like how to stand up for myself and others when people and systems were unfair. She taught me that it is okay to be angry, and how to use this anger to try and make things better. READ MORE

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    WEEKLY ROUNDUP: DECEMBER 2

    December 2nd, 2016     by Caitlin Blennerhassett     Comments

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    Solidarity with UBC students and survivors of sexual abuse and violence

    November 28th, 2016     by Julia Horel     Comments

    The Canadian literature community has been rocked by an open letter, signed by many prominent writers, claiming the University of British Columbia has failed to give “due process” to a writing professor dismissed for breach of trust in relation to allegations of abuse by students. Critics of the letter say it is biased and erases the experience of the students. READ MORE

  • WEEKLY ROUND UP: NOVEMBER 26TH

    November 26th, 2016     by Tori Fleming     Comments

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  • New Shameless Talks podcast: Music!

    November 25th, 2016     by Julia De Laurentiis Johnson     Comments

    A new ep. of Shameless Talks is here! Hosted by our arts editor, Julia De Laurentiis Johnson, this podcast is an accessory to our print issues and will bring you even more of the kind of smart & fierce discussion you’ve come to expect from the pages of Shameless. In this episode, we’re talking music! You’ll hear from Brighid Fry, a teen singer-songwriter, on learning how to get good at it and about what to … READ MORE