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Photos from Nuit Blanche Toronto 2013

Photography from Toronto’s 2013 Nuit Blanche by Michal Krupski   COMMENTS...


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...


I Love You

“I LOVE YOU.”   You’re trapped somewhere between Neverland and Narnia, Pirouetting on a dirty space rock, Freefalling into Neptune.   “By George, don’t you care?”   You want to...


Highway of the Homeless: Part one

It was late August when the perfect day arose to get my ass off the computer chair and meet one of these highway dwellers. I had the idea for the...


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,...


Men of the Earth – Part I

“Out of anybody in the world,” said Amadeus, “who would you choose?” It was one of those afternoons and we had nothing. Amadeus didn’t talk a lot but he also hated...


Photography from Internationally Renowned Benoit Courti

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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,...


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.  ...


Your Voice is Wine

Your voice is wine Your skin is milk To keep my heart pumping And my bones strong These thighs squeezing a hand These lips soothing throbbing bodies – Like full...


Summer Sweet

Summer Sweet by Anthony J.S. Leclair Ah, Summer. Lawn mowers roaring, dogs barking at the returned geese…geese chasing the barking dogs, the patio door swinging wide and loosely back and...


Daytime Toronto – Photography by Ivan Kostynyk

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Manifesto returns to Toronto

Toronto will celebrate the return of one of its most beloved and buzzed about urban community festivals starting Thursday Sept 19, with the introduction of new events into this year’s...


cinnamomum

cinnamomum   Rusty knives slipping beneath thick, puffy tree skin— We walked along laurel forests of half-stripped trees little people chirping as they stretched and licked time clean— watching feet...


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...


Grasping Graffiti: Rob Ford’s war on street art

Since elected two-years-ago, Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford has promised a lot of things… One of those ‘things’ is the irradiation of graffiti and street art from the vacant and endless...


New Photopoetry from Chloe Mighton

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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...