John Harris’s “Poet and Son” series tells the tale of Walter and Wat Raleigh.
The second of John Harris’s series “Poet and Son” is about George and William Gascoigne.
The first of John Harris’s series-in-progress, “Poet and Son,” is about Geoffrey and Lewis Chaucer.
Norbert Ruebsaat’s media students from around the world tell him how they watch television.
Stan Persky looks at the 2012-13 teaching season. Everything from “real education” to MOOCs and the Virtual U.
George Bowering, as a kid, encountering death and poetry in the Southern Okanagan Valley..
The U.S.-led war in Iraq marks its tenth anniversary. How does what the media said about it then stand up today? Dooney’s takes The Orwell Test.
Wally Hourback uploads the first of a new series of probes into our cultural conditions–as viewed from North Bay, Ontario
It’s the 50th anniversary of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. Stan Persky, a long-time BCCLA member, reflects.
Brian Fawcett does some textual analysis for a confused reader of Montreal poet Norm Sibum, and explains the difference between a “blog” and an edited website.