Erika Thorkelson

Erika Thorkelson

Freelance writer and culture critic.
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Denise Fujiwara’s No Exit, Lost and Found display dance with a literary perspective

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Tattoo nation

Fifteen years ago, people looked at a tattoo and thought, ‘biker.

Review: Justin Bieber puts on a show in Vancouver

You could hear the screams across False Creek as thousands of young fans converged on Rogers Arena,

Masterful production brings diva Maria Callas to life

Masterful production brings diva Maria Callas to life

Master Class mines Callas for artistic nuance

Master Class mines Callas for artistic nuance

Review: White Rabbit, Red Rabbit a way of travel for playwright

Near the beginning of the Elbow Theatre production of White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, playwright Nassim Soleimanpour

Fall art preview: Major retrospective at the VAG examines the influential work of Ian Wallace

Lookout, is among Ian Wallace’s work that explores the collision of photography and painting.

Vancouver Fringe Festival: Capsule reviews

Vancouver Fringe Festival: Capsule reviews

Review: Bitterly funny production Clybourne Park plumbs racial divide

How do you build a community in a country like America, a country constantly changing but also weighed

Venues add verve to Vancouver's Fringe Festival

Venues add verve to Vancouver's Fringe Festival

It's all true except the part about the pet. Allergies.

Creativity doesn’t grow on trees, but it does blossom from life experiences. Grant Snider of Incidental Comics illustrates nine of these notable life events that can spawn a literary icon. Via Incidental Comics. Your writing needs work.