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LB No. 4 : The “Holiday” Issue
Featuring Kelli Korducki’s “Tiny Triumphs,” an essay on the humble hotdog. Plus: A Tour Diary by Alexander Hamlyn. Short stories by Cian Cruise, Jessica Bebenek, Szilvia Molnar, and Stephen Thomas. An art portfolio by Jay Shuster and Jesjit Gill. And a photo essay from Elissa Pearl Matthews, with captions by Bardia Sinaee.
LB No. 3: The “Pop” Issue
Featuring Spencer Gordon’s “Getting Over,” an essay on artistic ambition informed by the often raw exploits of the World Wrestling Federation’s Attitude Era. Plus: Jess Taylor’s short story, “Paul,” which won the 2013 Gold National Magazine Award for fiction. An art portfolio from Alicia Nauta. A photo essay from Christine Kwan with captions from Nyla Matuk. An essay on boy bands from Sara Black McCulloch. And horoscopes from Rea McNamara, illustrated by Jenn Kitagawa.
LB No. 2: The “Jokes” Issue
Featuring Alicia Louise Merchant’s “In the Face of It,” an essay on making jokes while living with cancer. Plus short stories from Sarah-Jane Ford, A.G. Pasquella, Mariko Tamaki, and Kaya Genç. Essays on Norm MacDonald and Canadian Joke Bands from Peter Merriman and Shari Kasman, respectively. Jokes from Cian Cruise and Josh Gilchrist, Ellie Anglin, Frida Kaufman, Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer, and Chris Randle. And a photo essay from Natasa Kajganic, with captions by Natalie Zina Walschots.
LB No. 1: The “Little Brother” Issue
Featuring Stephen Thomas’s “Songs of Another World”, an essay on being a Canadian writer and loving American Literature. Plus: Short fiction by Andrew Kaufman, Ellie Anglin, and Chris Randle. A photo essay by Elissa Pearl Matthews with captions by Shari Kasman. And an essay on the misshapen masterpieces that often immediately foliow works of resounding artistic success, by Cian Cruise.