January 19, 2018


Canada's Next Top Poetry Stars

By Paul Aguirre-Livingston | May 16th, 2013
High school students will lead the revival of poetry in Canada. Meet three champs of the first national Poetry in Voice competition Read More

Text/Book: A Note On This Reader

By Emily Keeler | September 14th, 2012
"Maybe I read, both literature and everything else, to try to keep my mind from swimming away."Read More

Text/Book: Amplified Magic

By Emily Keeler | September 7th, 2012
Cinema and literature at TIFFRead More

Text/Book: Because Snow Bubbles Are So Seldom Warm

By Emily Keeler | August 31st, 2012
Emily Keeler on "the impossible, dazzling emptiness expected of flatly idealized women in literature"Read More

Text/Book: The Coigne of Vantage

By Special to Toronto Standard | August 24th, 2012
A letter from Tuscaloosa concerning America and David Foster WallaceRead More

Text/Book: SummerWorksTime

By Chris Randle | August 10th, 2012
Literary-ish selections from the annual theatre/performance/music/etc festivalRead More

Text/Book: Blessed Be the Fruit

By Emily Keeler | August 3rd, 2012
Emily Schultz's The Blondes and other natal narrativesRead More

Text/Book: Artificial Sunlight

By Special to Toronto Standard | July 27th, 2012
An excerpt from A. G. Pasquella's novel NewTownRead More

Text/Book: The Rotten King

By Emily Keeler | July 20th, 2012
Routine, "mystical oneness," and Infinite JestRead More
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    Society Snaps: Eric S. Margolis Foundation Launch

    Kristin Davis moved Toronto's philanthroists to tears ... then sent them all home with a baby elephant - Read More