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Bookends: Classics About the Future

Three must read picks for anyone curious about speculative fiction.

#YEG: SF City

A writer’s journey in science fiction through the years.

Artist Q & A: Candas Jane Dorsey

Get to know this award-winning author best known for her science fiction writing.

Conversation Piece: “Electric Ball Circus” by George Rhoads

This piece of art is a must see if you’re at the Telus World of Science Edmonton.

#YEG: The Sun Also Rises

An author’s first Edmonton winter.

Artist Q & A: Poet Brandon Wint

This award-winning poet and spoken-word artist released his second album earlier this year.

Conversation Piece: “Mr. Goalie” by Tag Kim

This mural in Stony Plain is a must see for any sports fan.

Conversation Piece: “The River”

This collaborative mural stretches up several floors.

Bookends: Great Summer Reads

Eight local literati share recommendations for books to keep you entertained on a flight, in the backseat on a road trip, or while lounging on Accidental Beach.

Artist Q & A: Writer Trina Moyles

Moyles chats about her travel narrative examining farmers from three different continents.

#YEG: Son of YEG

A tale of two authors.

Partnership Between MacEwan University and Ballet Edmonton

The not-for-profit formerly known as Citie Ballet has rebranded — and formed a partnership with MacEwan.

June 2018 Bookends

Add a few titles to your reading list this summer.

Artist Q & A: Artistic Director Marianne Copithorne

Learn a bit more about the Freewill Shakespeare Festival from the woman at the helm.

Conversation Piece: “Old Man Mountain With Great Mother Bear” by Jason Carter

If you’ve been to the Edmonton International Airport, chances are, you’ve seen this stunning mural.

#YEG: A Chinese Family Business

An author reflects on his family’s Morinville grocery store.

Work in Progress: Coming Attraction

Keep your eyes peeled for this new art park featuring six notable artists.

#YEG: The Doppelganger Effect

You may have seen this writer somewhere in Edmonton — or did you?

Design Q & A: Emily Chu

If you’ve ever shopped at a local art market or craft fair, you may already be familiar with Emily Chu.

April 2018: Bookends

Add another title to your ‘to be read’ list.
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