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Rendezvous with madness

  Since 1993, the annual Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival (RMF) has been expanding the minds of Torontonians and shedding light on the discussion of mental illness and addiction. Films...


Not throwing in the towel yet…

It was roughly two years ago when Swept went from being an idea to being an actual publication. When it all started, we had a bustling team of primarily literature...


Swept Issue 3 is out! Download now!

For me, it’s already more than a year and a half into this thing, but somehow it feels like it was only last week that we were writing our first...


Metropolis: Swept inspired art by Colton Gilson

The latest from Colton Gilson.   COMMENTS...


Imperial: California’s last county

Situated along the borders of Arizona and Mexico, as well as California’s Riverside and San Diego counties to the north and west, respectively, Imperial County is the most southeastern and...


City Moments: Amazing experiences in Toronto

What is an amazing experience you can share from living in Toronto?  ...


Technology made me literate

I was never a big reader as a child. I think I finished my first novel in grade six and if it weren’t for the Ritalin, I doubt that I...


Swept gets some recognition from Toronto author J.W. Patten

J.W. Patten took some time this week to write some kind words about Swept. The author of Darker Than, wrote this on his website this week: “The world is a...


SWEPT MAGAZINE – ISSUE 1, VOLUME 1 SEPT. 2013

DOWNLOAD FOR FREE!!! Swept’s first official digital magazine is out! Download your PDF now! App will launch soon! Entering J-school, I was so sold on the whole reporter bit. Notepads,...


A sample from our first official magazine.

Our first official magazine is nearly complete and will be available Monday, Sept. 30. Here is another sample of poetry from our first issue.  ...


Kensington businesses fear franchise competition

For many, the cold weather means no longer walking to one’s destination and switching to other modes of transport, but a persistent few continue to detour through Kensington on foot...