A Supreme Court decision on court delay means the legal system must reform.
The winner of our 2018 short story contest.
Steven Penney and Kelly Dawson respectfully disagree.
Jay Smith gives us a glimpse of criminal justice in Alberta.
A report from the field.
A brief history.
KAREN CANTINE, SILVERSMITH
by Raymond Van Nes, 1999.
Barb Howard is a former lawyer and now the Calgary writing mentor for the 2018/19 Shoe Project, a literacy and performance program for immigrant women. She is also a past president of the Writers’ Guild of Alberta. Her most recent collection of stories is Western Taxidermy (NeWest).
Benjamin Hertwig is an Edmonton expat and the winner of Alberta Views‘ 2018 short fiction contest. He is also a National Magazine Award winning writer, a painter and a ceramicist. His first book of poetry, Slow War (McGill-Queen’s), was a finalist for a Governor General’s Award.
Byron Eggenschwiler lives in Calgary. He illustrated the November 2010 cover of Alberta Views. He has won numerous awards since then including two National Magazine Award Golds. His clients include the New York Times, New Yorker and GQ.
Will Geier is a Calgary-based freelance photographer and the publisher of Local Drop magazine, which over the past two years has brought exposure to the local arts and culture scene. He has a BA in English from the U of C and a diploma in photojournalism from SAIT.
HEAVENLY BODIES AGAIN #20 by Gathie Falk,
2016. Acrylic on canvas. 48″ x 48″. Collection of Michael Gibson Gallery. At the Glenbow Museum until January 6, 2019.