Monthly Archives: March 2012

Literary Gift Boxes—Kootenay Style

“…as she lies there, / the way the fire waits inside the match.” —Daniel Langton, The Woman I Bed, from the New Orphic Review, Spring 2012 If the current issues of two Nelson-based literary magazines are anything to go by, literary … Continue reading

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Touch of Evil a Touch of Genius

It’s fitting that Orson Welles created his great film classics in black and white. He was a master of shadows—of the human shadow. In his restored 1958 masterpiece Touch of Evil, corrupt cop Hank Quinlan is the slimy quintessence of … Continue reading

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