Creative Writing Reading Series presents Canisia Lubrin

Canisia Lubrin is the author of Voodoo Hypothesis (2017) and augur (2017). She is consulting editor at Wolsak & Wynn, serves on the editorial board of Humber Literary Review and as advisor to Open Book. Her multi-genre work has been featured in magazines, journals, anthologies and on stage. She has appeared on TVO, podcasts, and […]

New documentary digs deep into the ancestry industry

The family history business is booming. English Professor Julia Creet explores the bigger picture behind the ancestry industry in her new documentary, Data Mining the Deceased: Ancestry and the Business of Family. Filmed in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Iceland, the documentary takes a look at people’s motivations behind the business of […]

David Goldstein launches new poetry collection

Starting from the notion that every act of speaking is a translation between worlds, writer, scholar and critic Goldstein’s Lost Originals comprises a collection of elegies for a series of “lost originals” – objects, images and experiences whose ghostly traces can only be evoked through language. Click here for the complete story on yFile.