By Casey Dorman I once told Kiriti Sengupta, in an email, “You epitomize the free thinker who respects tradition—a combination rarely seen.”
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Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2015, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.
On my flight to Ottawa for The Writer’s Union of Canada Conference, I took three personal travelling essentials: a notebook, my netbook and a novel to read while airborne. When you are trapped in an enclosed space with strangers for hours and suspended above the clouds, not only do you need to […]
I’ve seen it dog eared and well worn on a bedside night stand, also posing as a harmless paper back on a kitchen table already littered with crayons and assorted coloring books and once peeking out from a handbag carried by a high school girl […]