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July/August Issue

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Feature

After the Golden Era

Who will save Alberta’s lakes?

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Dialogue

Should Alberta Keep Fighting the Pine Beetle?

Kevin Van Tighem and Allan L. Carroll.

Feature

Two Trillion Litres of Toxicity

Can oil sands tailings be cleaned up?

This Land

Flying Ant Buffet

In praise of dead trees.

On the Ledge

Blowing the Whistle

Speaking up must be protected.

Context

View of Alberta

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Morning Paddle, by Catherine Page, Two Jack Lake, Banff National Park, 2019.

Contributors

Angie Abdou

Angie Abdou (review of The Call of the Red-Winged Blackbird) is the author of seven books and is an associate professor of creative writing at Athabasca University.

Allan Carroll

Allan Carroll (Should Alberta Keep Fighting the Pine Beetle?) is a professor and Director of Forest Sciences at the University of British Columbia.

Kelly Shepherd

Kelly Shepherd (review of Fast Commute) won the City of Edmonton Book Prize for Insomnia Bird: Edmonton Poems (Thistledown Press, 2018).

Kevin Van Tighem

Kevin Van Tighem (Should Alberta Keep Fighting the Pine Beetle?) is a conservation writer and former superintendent of Banff National Park.

View of Alberta

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Morning Paddle, by Catherine Page, Two Jack Lake, Banff National Park, 2019.

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Contributors

Angie Abdou

Angie Abdou (review of The Call of the Red-Winged Blackbird) is the author of seven books and is an associate professor of creative writing at Athabasca University.

Allan Carroll

Allan Carroll (Should Alberta Keep Fighting the Pine Beetle?) is a professor and Director of Forest Sciences at the University of British Columbia.

Kelly Shepherd

Kelly Shepherd (review of Fast Commute) won the City of Edmonton Book Prize for Insomnia Bird: Edmonton Poems (Thistledown Press, 2018).

Kevin Van Tighem

Kevin Van Tighem (Should Alberta Keep Fighting the Pine Beetle?) is a conservation writer and former superintendent of Banff National Park.

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In The Light Everybody Needs The Light Ooh Yeah Ooh Baby by Jack Bishop

2021. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 36″ X 48″. Newzones, Calgary. 

Book Reviews

Bucking Conservatism

edited by Leon Crane Bear, Larry Hannant and Karissa Robyn Patton,
reviewed by Joe Kadi

The Call of the Red-Winged Blackbird

by Tim Bowling,
reviewed by Angie Abdou

Ezra’s Ghosts

by Darcy Tamayose,
reviewed by Yutaka Dirks

A Kid Called Chatter

by Chris Kelly,
reviewed by Robbie Jeffrey

The Shade Tree

by Theresa Shea,
reviewed by Glen Huser

Fast Commute

by Laurie D. Graham,
reviewed by Kelly Shepherd

People Change

by Vivek Shraya,
reviewed by Miranda Martini

Featured Image

bishop-in-the-light-everybody-needs-the-light-ooh-yea-ooh-baby

In The Light Everybody Needs The Light Ooh Yeah Ooh Baby by Jack Bishop

2021. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 36″ X 48″. Newzones, Calgary. 

Home

Book Reviews

Bucking Conservatism

edited by Leon Crane Bear, Larry Hannant and Karissa Robyn Patton,
reviewed by Joe Kadi

The Call of the Red-Winged Blackbird

by Tim Bowling,
reviewed by Angie Abdou

Ezra’s Ghosts

by Darcy Tamayose,
reviewed by Yutaka Dirks

A Kid Called Chatter

by Chris Kelly,
reviewed by Robbie Jeffrey

The Shade Tree

by Theresa Shea,
reviewed by Glen Huser

Fast Commute

by Laurie D. Graham,
reviewed by Kelly Shepherd

People Change

by Vivek Shraya,
reviewed by Miranda Martini

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