• Maisonneuve, Spring 2024


Maisonneuve, Spring 2024

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Maisonneuve has been described as a new New Yorker for a younger generation, or as Harper's meets Vice, or as Vanity Fair without the vanity—but Maisonneuve is its own creature.

At its core, Maisonneuve asks questions about our lives and provides answers free of cant and cool.

In this issue:

Justine Wong illustrates the communal joy and knowledge that go into making and enjoying pepperpot, Guyana's national dish, for a feature by Amy Li Baksh.

  • For many queer, trans and racialized people, tattoos are more than skin deep, argues Shanai Tanwar.
  • Co-opting the language of social and environmental justice can be a lucrative strategy for Canada's biggest landlords, writes Dev Ramsawakh.
  • Citizenship is too often a carrot dangled out of the reach of Canada's migrant workers, reports M Gnanasihamany.
  • When a bog is transported to Montreal only to be abandoned, Erin Despard wonders what we can learn about our approach to nature.
  • Nineties survival series Real Kids, Real Adventures was the unlikely balm for Felicia Gabriele's disastrous intrusive thoughts.
  • Plus new fiction from Nina Dunic, a comic from Julie Delporte, a Letter from Montreal by Yara El-Soueidi and much more!

    Montreal, Canada; 200 x 275mm; 64 pages; Spring 2024

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