#9: Summer Reading Current fiction editor Nick Mount and former fiction editor Jared Bland come together to discuss the magazine’s love of literary escape by Chris BerubeAugust 2, 2013 Chris Berube is the host of The Walrus Podcast. Get the Walrus Weekly newsletter Newsletter Events Sign up Recommended Fiction Celebrity Portage Taylor Swift, Karl Ove Knausgård, and Leonard Cohen take a canoe trip in Algonquin by Marni Jackson Media Avert Your Eyes Life has never been safer—no matter what your smartphone tells you by Jonathan Kay The Latest Arts & Culture Is Anne Carson the First Poet with More Fans than Readers? Her abstruse, down-tuned music is the soundtrack to poetry’s institutionalized life in the twenty-first century by Michael Lista Arts & Culture Hour of Twilight Remembering John Bentley Mays, one of Canada’s most prominent and feared art critics by Daniel Baird Feature Money Shot The world just can’t get enough of Canada’s bovine sperm by Tom Jokinen Arts & Culture Shop Talk Can Kim’s Convenience help fix TV’s diversity problem? by Nicholas Hune-Brown Justice Bridesmaid to Justice What I learned about our criminal justice system from my day at jury pool by Jonathan Kay Join the Conversation Miss P. Terrific. Sweeping insight from Nick Mount and Jared Bland about the canon and significance of Canadian literature. Listen in.