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Redskin Poet

Yesterday, I didn’t know how to love. Today, I’m showing you how to love. An admiration of grace, a natural charisma, unnerved. wickedly good, calm before the storm. An empathy...


Piece of Pot

Piece of Pot By: Irene Lo   one green snapback that will be wet for the whole night because i sweat. a new pimple for a new day. chicks with...


The Indian Giver

Short Fiction from Toronto writer Greg Loon....


Sweet Nothings

my thoughts toboggan in a hundred directions thinking of what your lips would feel like against my ear (pressed against every inch) how the words would be different when said...


You are the Perfect Courtier

She’s Turbulent like the wind, Contaminated the land of hearts of men, At night in the light like a shadow, Words of such a fine recipe – One willingly swallows,...


Daytime Toronto – Photography by Ivan Kostynyk

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Growing Scared

Growing Scared I wonder how it came to be Standing in the thick of it One on the side of caution Another humble giant Calling out for me Reaching graceful...


Jackknife

Jackknife   On the day I turned thirteen, I was given the best gift anybody ever gave me. I remember that birthday very specifically because on that day something happened...


Red God Machine

Red God Machine Yield to the rebel fist of amok. Let the spark be your flame to eternity. Let your eternity be your footprint in the sand. Leave an imprint and...


Fees to volunteer overseas: Who’s being helped?

By Julienne Bay I remember my first time in South America. I was amused by how colourful it was: mini-statues of various saints on taxi dashboards, textiles, festivals, the list...


Darker Than

Winter Banos is Canadian, seventeen--and in great danger. Her family home has been destroyed and now she finds herself hunted. Creatures of the dark are looking for her: a vampire named...


Chloe Barcelau brings us Steampunk photography

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Almighty Dollar

Who says money can’t be a hero?    ...


A Tale of Two Dogs

Colton Gilson works with the Swept team to make creative comics that relate to the city of Toronto and the culture we cover. He is a graduate of Humber Visual...


Painting from Toronto artist Evalisa Genova

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Counter Theory

Counter Theory     Not a history lesson but a street corner rebellion. Alternate between the current and the untold. To be immersed in truth, first we mirror malice. Expose...


Riding the rails – Savvy Gulia brings us photos from India

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Dealing with a heckler: comedians discuss dealing with unruly audiences

“This is no choose your own adventure story, buddy,” Darren Frost said to an unruly heckler in 2008. “You can’t just turn to page 85 and … [see what happens].”...