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River Ontology

“Everything is holy!” Allen Ginsberg, 1956 Along this reach of the river, snow outlinesempty limbs of the cottonwood,green spruce branchesare weighted by white clumps.Midstream, a few rocks topped by snowbreak the moving sheet of water.From the current’s edge west to the foresta meadow extends pure white. What is the purpose of a universethat contains such [...]

Along the Bow River

~ George Webber George Webber has been photographing the people and landscape of the Canadian west for over thirty years. He was inducted into The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1999. His books include Requiem, A World Within, People of The Blood, Last Call, In This Place and Prairie Gothic.

Famous Five

~ Jude Dillon Jude Dillon was born in Kingston, Ontario. He graduated in English from Queen’s and spent a few years as a news photographer, winning several awards. Jude also studied painting at the Alberta College of Art + Design. He has been published in magazines online and in print, throughout Canada, United States and [...]

Making Hey While the Sun Shines

~ Pam Weber Pam Weber is a gallery represented artist that has called Calgary home since moving here with her family in 1995. The evolution of Pam’s art has been influenced by the unique light and colourful landscape of Calgary and surrounding environs. www.pamweber.com.

Beauty

She runs through forests trying not to get cut down and cities trying not to suffocate butterflies the oceans, dodging oil spills paddles through the skies of toxic waste. Then what a great relief to me when I read your poetry and saw she had found somewhere to hide. And oh, I can see beauty [...]