A student-led literary magazine at St. Thomas More College (University of Saskatchewan), publishing content to reflect the identity of the campus community, its complexities and diversity

Sharing literature and art from the USask community:

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Fiction includes all expressions of the literary narrative form.

 

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Nonfiction encompasses any “true story told well.”

 

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Poetry is a literary art with a special focus on rhythm, evocation of emotion, and feeling. 

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The visual arts are a vast category of fine arts that encompass various different mediums and methods.

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Works of the Week

— 01: Fiction

“Terrible” is a semi-autobiographical story that Domingo wrote shortly after being told her high school English teacher had passed away.

— 02: Nonfiction

What’s left to say about the most popular theme in the world?

— 03: Poetry

L.K. Cunningham writes poetry encompassing themes of nature, love and other emotions.

— 04: Visual Art

Lost in Memories depicts a woman trapped in the memories of her life and partner.

Our title describes the experience of university life, in which we are always caught “in the middle of things.”

Submit your work!

What are you thinking about? What worries you? What moves you? We want to hear the voices that make up this university and help put their work out into the world.

Previous Issues

Check out some of our previous issues!

Everyone’s concept of love is something so personal, and it’s an honour to get a glimpse of it in the pieces in this issue.

The theme we put forward for this issue is “Reflection,” and we invited artists to take that theme in as many directions as possible.

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