Canary is a literary journal that explores oneâ€™s engagement with the natural world. It is based on the premise that the literary arts can provide an understanding that humans are part of an integrated system. Our theme is the environmental crisis and the losses of species and habitat as a result of this ongoing disaster. Our mission is to deepen awareness of the environment and enrich the well-being of the individual and in turn society as a whole.
Editor, Gail Entrekin
Published by Hip Pocket Press
Managing Editor, Charles Entrekin
Art Editor, Carol White
All work reprinted by permission of authors
“Our Society is like an heir to a fortune who is also an alcoholic. He drinks his way through each day, but he can’t go on forever. There are only three possible outcomes: he’ll drink himself to death, he’ll run out of money, or he’ll sober up.”
John Elder (from The Sun, June 2013)