To wrap up this season of poetry, we’re doing an extra special extra reading. Olive co-founder Adam Dickinson is making […]
After taking February off (who wants to compete with Valentine’s Day?) the Olive reading Series is back on March 14 […]
Glass dragonfly, waits.
Has the colour orange ever looked more unnatural? Its feeble attempt to perforate the endlessly falling dusk, the only thing […]
So how do you deal with the monotony of light in the muddled middle of winter? The absolute dark of […]
Happy New Year! The Olive is back in 2017 with Edmonton’s Lisa Martin reading on Tuesday, January 10. Here’s the […]
One of the cardinal rules of writing for the web is to keep titles short and meaningful. While the title […]
Here is something a bit different for you. This is a macro shot of the top of a pad-mounted transformer […]
One of the things I love doing the most is designing covers/posters for poetry chapbooks/readings. After a few years off, […]
If I had more energy I would totally go all Banksy on the muster point signs. I’d put them up […]
This is one of the most heavily-manipulated images I’ve ever posted. I just kept pulling all of the colour out […]
How about a break from black and white? Here we are in a tunnel on an old streetcar in our […]
I would like to see the surveillance video of the tagging of this door.
Another building and another tree. Signs on the buildings and lights on the tree. Which is the signified and which […]
The coexistence of building and tree, each setting the other in contrast. Why do we do this? Why do we […]
Everything is reflected in everything.