Posts By: Gregory Ryan

Gregory Ryan

Too Precious to be Forgotten

The Labour Day weekend for many signifies the end of summer. Parents labouring under the servitude of vacationing children look forward to ten months of respite. University and college bound students anticipate their first day of classes and the demise of their savings with expenses for tuition and books. There may be some part-time Athabasca… Read more »

Got Caught

Author Kaavya Viswanathan, the Harvard undergrad who penned How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life, got caught. Viswanathan stands accused of plagiarizing passages from Megan McCafferty’s books, Sloppy Firsts and Second Helpings. As a result, she lost a book deal with Little Brown and Company valued at $500,000. So far, she… Read more »

Misconceptions about Harper’s Hidden Agenda

In response to El-ahrairah Jones’s recent article regarding the election of Stephen Harper’s Conservatives (The Voice v14i4). Many pundits, women on the street, and commentators look upon a Harper led Canada with fear. For example, my neighbour remarked “Harper really, really scares me.” “What in particular,” I asked her, “frightens you about him?” “All this… Read more »

The Voice Fiction Feature – Poetry By…

Apocalyptic Vision A dream yields an essence of the past. Prostrate before altars where no one worships lays the Deity of Man. This place belongs to a generation forged in furnaces that technology built, then deconstructed for a better purpose”? the end of a man hides between the pages of a desiccated book about sex,… Read more »