Latest Issue: 50 (Winter 2011)
Feature Stories

Despite What You've Heard, Zines Aren't Dead
Liz Worth investigates the survival of zines and finds that they're more important than ever

Broken Pencil's 15 Year Timeline

50 People (And Places) We Love

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Excerpts
from Ayun Halliday, Matthew J. Trafford

Fiction
by Greg Gerke, Kim Chinquee, Erik Wahlstrom, Tom Luckie, Fan Wu, Fan Wu

64 reviews

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It is Just That Your House is So Far Away
As more well-to-do English majors volunteer their time as ESL teachers on the other side of the Pacific, more frequently will we see their stories in Canadian fiction. This may be the case with Steve Noyes' It is Just That Your House is So Far Away, a romance about Jeff, underqualified in his own country, who finds several English teaching jobs in China, and Bian Fu, the woman who is apparently the love of his life. I say "apparently" because Jeff constantly reminds his audience this, whether it... Read more.

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