“Me, I work weekends. Though “volunteer” may come closer to the mark. What with the money I continue to hemorrhage on books, I’m not sure I’ve earned a dime. Mornings, I like to get in a little early and flip on some Mingus as I peruse the new stock. Feeling adventurous, I might wander upstairs, and fuss with our poetry, which subsists in a state of total disarray—the task of alphabetization resembling some sort of interminable Grecian punishment. Now how did our Bidart get all the way over here?”

“Pages Books,” Canadian Notes and Queries

“It All Adds Up: Saul Bellow’s oft-downplayed Canadianess is key to his best fiction,” in Canadian Notes & Queires #105

Pages Books,” at Canadian Notes & Queries

Windows on the World,” at The Paris Review Daily 
(Contest finalist)

“Review of David Margoshes’s Wiseman’s Wager,” in Alberta Views

“Review of Marguerite Pigeon’s Some Extremely Boring Drives,” in Alberta Views

“Review of Fred Stenson’s Who By Fire,” in Alberta Views

“Interview with Robert Moore,” in Maisonneuve

“The End: David Foster Wallace,” in QWERTY