Published on Mondays, with columns by Artist and Writer. Published since 2002, an Ocean and Pounds publication


Caffeine Reveries
by Shelley Savor

Bunny Brothers Stay Home

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by Lee Ka-sing

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by Kai Chan

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Barbara’s Wardrobe
by Holly Lee




by Fiona Smyth

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Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee

Uzbekistan (November, 2019) – We drove through the desert of Karakalpakstan; from Muynak to Nukus. We saw a number of monumental sites including Chilpyk Kala, a 2200 year-old Zoroastrian Tower of Silence. While no longer in use as burial tomb, the site had a interesting feeling about it. I climbed up the rocky outcrop alone to find a 14 year old boy drawing in baking sun. Using pantomime and his notebook, he described the architecture of the structure we were standing on.

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Adjacency, Series Two
written by Gary Michael Dault
based on photogaph by Lee Ka-sing

(Photograph by Lee Ka-sing: - Stranger from the other Planet)


Number 29

Keeping Up With Covid-19

another day
and more statistics
the numbers come at you
like ballistics

what are the virus's
are they changing?
ask the mystics.

ask the doctors
who hope they know
whether it's red
or green to go.

ask the pundits
to be precise
as they tighten
the vise

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Located on the second floor of an art space, INDEXG Bed and Breakfast has 4 guest rooms, all with ensuite bathroom. Since 2008, INDEXG B&B have served curators, artists, art-admirers, collectors and professionals from different cities visiting and working in Toronto.

50 Gladstone Ave, Toronto



From the Notebooks (2010-2020)
by Gary Michael Dault

From the Notebooks, 2010-2020.
Number 28: Coronavenus

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Some Trees
by Malgorzata Wolak Dault


Number 17

Francis Ponge in his book Mute Objects of Expression, a collection of musing on a natural world and poetry from 1976, writes in a chapter called "The Pine Woods Notebook": "Each pine wood is like a natural sanatorium, also a music hall...a chamber, a vast cathedral for meditation (fortunately a cathedral without a pulpit) open to all winds, but through so many doors it's as though they were closed. For winds hesitate before them."
This inscription, for me, adds to the spirit of all coniferous forests.

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by Cem Turgay



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