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Ottawa, 1995: The End of Winter

By Jeremy Milks It was the end of winter in Ottawa, 1995, and I was still young then and living away from home for the first time. Me and my friend Simon man...
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An Unlikely Bard

If this were played on a stage now,/I could condemn it as an improbable fiction. -William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night Stratford street busker Matthew Murphy ...

Thug Life

Trying to find a copy of Michael V. Smith and David Ellingsen's experimental work Body of Text in any typical Toronto bookstore is much like asking a kinesiolog...
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Demons in the Spring

I want to marry this book. All the stories in it are unbelievably heartbreaking and astoundingly beautiful. "An Apple Could Make You Laugh" is the most frustrat...
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Judenhass

This is Dave Sim's first major project since the end of Cerebus, which was the longest-running independent comic book series in history. This new book might see...
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My Life as a Foot

Richard Suicide's work wreaks havoc on my calm little life. His abject and frank visions are technically a social commentary with a lethal side order of pedestr...
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BFF – Brain Fag Forever!

Nate Beatty's BFF serves as a best-of collection of his Portland based perzine/comic Brain Fag, spanning 1999to 2007. Beatty's short narrative, autobiographical...