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A series of responses to the conceptual photographs of American artist Gregory Crewdson, the ekphrastic poems in We Have to Watch document the tension inherent in modern spaces and engage with fractures in urban and suburban environments. We Have to Watch acts as a vocalization of Crewdson’s artwork, with multiple speakers investigating the psychological and physical bonds between people and place.
Issue 8, Halloween 2016, filled with literary horror, speculative lit, fairy tales, and dark art.
Issue 7, Spring 2016
Our second Halloween-inspired issue, Issue 6 is also our longest yet, bursting at the seams with art, science fiction, apocalyptic fiction, creepy poetry, and re-imagined fairy tales.
Issue 5, one of our most colourful issues yet.
Issue 4 – Our First Halloween Issue: This issue contains spooky and speculative writing and visual art. It was also our second issue including art (and our second issue in colour). We plan to continue the tradition each October.
Issue Three Version 1 – The Alternate Cover Issue: For this issue, we chose to provide two cover options. This issue was our first venture into being a literary AND arts magazine (and first colour issue!), and we think it went really well.
Issue 3, Version 2 – The Alternate Cover
Issue 2 – Come One, Come All: With this issue, we opened submissions up to all Canadian writers.
Issue 1 – The Issue that Started It All: This first issue contains writing by the University Heights Literary Society. It contains writing from when we were all emerging on the poetry scene and is well worth the read to see where things started out. The UHLS has since disbanded, but its spirit lives on in The Quilliad, which now accepts writing and art by any Canadian writer or visual artist.
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