Drag Kids and a Heap of Millstones

The most tragic forty-five minutes in history has just been aired on Canada’s main broadcasting network. It’s called Drag Kids, and it claims to be “a daring and touching portrait of four kids chasing freedom and friendship through the art of drag.”  Though couched in terms which suggest an epic quest, the aforementioned “portrait” essentially... Continue Reading →

Why Grappling with Form is the Gateway to Beauty (With Thoughts From a Guest)

“We live in an age increasingly unaware of the power of its own expression. . .”               Todd Anderson Speaking from experience, I think I can say with a fairly sure degree of accuracy that many people treat poetry like small children treat food - eat what you know, avoid... Continue Reading →

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