Gordon Bucek with photo of birthplace

Carolynn Bucek

Often, the stories we publish touch lives in ways we cannot predict, as with the story "People of Sod, People of God," published in our fall 2008 issue. Here, Gordon Bucek recounts his surprising connection to our magazine. more »

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Glory Over Everything Kathleen Grissom crop

Glory Over Everything Kathleen Grissom

A spiritual sequel to Kathleen Grissom’s debut (and New York Times best-selling) The Kitchen House, Glory over Everything is set in in 1830s Philadelphia. more »


A Geography of Blood by Candace Savage

A Geography of Blood by Candace Savage

A Geography of Blood is one of those rare books that changes the way you see the world. In this nonfiction book, Candace Savage turns her critical and creative eye on herself and her adopted hometown of Eastend. more »


Prairie Paladin Medieval Market & Faire

Culture Days Saskatchewan

Apparently, Saskatchewan is obsessed with the Middle Ages. Regina has the Medieval-inspired Stone Hall Castle and its very own Globe Theatre, and Saskatoon has myriad events celebrating this long-ago time. more »

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Lionel Hughes

"The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves" -Carl Jung, psychologist more »

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