Malahat Review 198 (Spring 2017) Digital Edition
The Malahat Review’s current issue celebrates Open Season Award winners Genevieve Lehr (poetry), Rebecca Morris (fiction), and Matthew Hollett (creative nonfiction). Linger over Mehdi M. Kashani’s story set in Tehran, about infidelity and immigration to Vancouver; LaToya Watkins’ memoir about giving her son keys to the car in a racialized America; and Eve Joseph’s poetic take on photographer Diane Arbus. Move on to new work by Heather Cadsby, Bill Gaston, Christopher Levenson, Christine Lowther, and Sina Queyras, and by new voices Hannah Green, Joshua Levy, Jason Markowsky, and Emily Skov-Nielsen. Round off the day with reviews of current Canadian books.