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

The Fight – Poetry

03/18/2022 Raymond Viger 0

A poem from the book Liberté – Un sourire intérieur (Freedom – an Inner Smile) by Raymond Viger 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 […] See more

The Sirens’ Song

05/18/2018 The Social Eyes 0

(Translated from La fille prodigue, poetry by Pascale Cormier, Éditions de l’étoile de la mer, 2014.) The sirens are cruel Because they have no gender And me, I live On the bed of an ancient sea Near deserted wrecks I could be a princess I’d […] See more