Keys to a Healthy Relationship

08/19/2022 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger I’ve already told you, in these columns, of the macho education that men got in the 1950s and 60s when it came to romantic relationships. Think of James Bond during the Sean Connery era, or Humphrey Bogart. A star would kiss a […] See more

The Colorful Pages of Quebec Diversity

08/09/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Lewis Gagnon For the past few years, interest in LGBTQ+ literature has grown world-wide. This has also been true in Quebec. From American contemporary fiction writers like Adam Silvera to Quebec authors like Samuel Champagne, LGBTQ+ literature has carved out a niche for itself, […] See more

Sylvain Turner: Portrait of a Writer

07/21/2022 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger Sylvain Turner was 14 months old when his father died in a car accident. His mother, who survived, fell into a depression. Because of this, he was raised by his grandparents in Saint-Alexis-des-Monts, in the Mauricie, the land of Jacques Ferron, author […] See more

A Tender Moment – Poetry

06/28/2022 Raymond Viger 0

A poem from the book Liberté – Un sourire intérieur (Freedom – an Inner Smile) An anthology of poems to meditate upon. Each poem reveals a message, an emotion. The same poem can take on a different color, depending on your state of mind. By […] See more