“Wall of Shame” goes digital
The digital version of the current Geist magazine is now up and running. My story about the Saharawi refugee camps, titled “Wall of Shame,” begins on page 53. The good people at Geist did a fantastic job with the layout. My work has never looked so pretty.
This story has turned out to be rather important one for me. It represents the first chapter of my ‘Walls’ project and it is the piece I worked on during my literary journalism residency at the Banff Centre in 2008. In addition, this ‘Geist version’ – edited for both brevity and clarity – won the 2009 Dave Greber Freelance Writer’s Award.
Here is the link.
While you are electronically flipping through the magazine, look for Billeh Nickerson’s McPoems. Fast food can be beautiful after all.
Congrats for the new publication and the award. I didn't have the chance to read your article yet but I will do that soon. I learned about Geist Magazine from your blog. I've become very fond of it and now I'm happy to see the new digital version too.