Sennah Yee’s ‘How Do I Look’, and The Pleasure of Anecdotal Storytelling

I like stories where “nothing happens,” because it’s not true that nothing happens.


Do you believe in life after love?

Below the Peach Tree

A child is born, swaddled in fur and kindness

I, Trust

Shadows slide over the earth, leaving and returning and leaving and descending

Julius Caesar

Brutus is the tragic hero of that play. It isn’t Caesar, ‘cause he dies


It is only as an aesthetic phenomenon that existence and the world are eternally justified

– Friedrich Nietzsche,

Die Geburt der Tragödie aus dem Geiste der Musik

Recent Supplements


listen / I too grow an inch per year and speak to the wind


‘I am fit / to chase / again’


‘Walk deeply across black sands before sunlight’

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Acta Victoriana is the literary journal of Victoria College and the longest running university student publication in Canada. Since its founding in 1878, it has maintained a legacy of artistic excellence and boasts alumni such as Margaret Atwood, George Elliot Clarke, and E. J. Pratt.


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