Will Johnson

Reviewed by Will Johnson Ayelet Tsabari didn’t want to write about Israel. Although she grew up there, and visited regularly, she didn’t feel prepared to tackle such a weighty subject. While completing her MFA at the University of Guelph, she toyed with the idea of writing a novel. Then she started a collection of stories […]

By Will Johnson Yasuko Thanh is not afraid to take off her clothes. The Journey Prize-winning Victoria author, who published her debut collection of short stories Floating Like the Dead last year, is slated to appear as Miss July in a calendar of nude Canadian authors due in 2014. The project, titled “Bare it For […]

Why I use a Kindle

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February 5, 2013

Rant By Will Johnson Photo by Darby Jack My girlfriend bought me a Kindle for my birthday last year. I was pretty ambivalent about it for the first while, and it sat unused in its box for nearly three weeks before I decided to tinker with it. Like so many other people, I was reluctant to give […]