A profile of screenwriter Budd Schulberg (1914-2009), from the June 2004 issue of The Walrus
Does Phil Fontaine have what it takes to lead the First Nations’ next generation?
“We’re in a period of what Northrop Frye would have called the winter phase of irony and satire.”
Vancouver artist Stan Douglas reimagines a neighbourhood’s troubled past
As Europe swings to the right, BBC journalist Nick Fraser asks: is the EU worth saving?
Hugh MacLennan’s bestseller The Watch That Ends the Night turns fifty
How African Pentacostalism is commercializing global Christianity
A week or so later, I had a repeat of the phantom string cheese episode
The life and times of Richard John Neuhaus
Theo Sophistron was in the sky. He didn’t like it.
According to the Guild of St. Luke: an illustration series
Director Robert Carsen brings a Canadian temperament to the world’s great opera houses
The surgery to give Mr Dapple the wings of a crow was scheduled to take twelve minutes
Three new horror stories by Rivka Galchen, Lee Henderson, and Stephen Marche
“I’m very glad that I sprayed what I did in the way that I did”
A new poem by Michael Lista
“There shall be no drinking and no cussing at the funeral of any man,” he whined
What’s the greenest way to dispose of human remains?
Is the recession really over? A profile of Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney
How academics found the first photograph to be taken in Canada
Karlheinz Schreiber lubricates Canada
As parents grow old, the children who care for them don’t always grow up
Letters in response to the June 2009 issue of The Walrus.