Toronto Journal is a writing journal published in print, online, and in sound.
Magic Tricks for the Blind
Stripping to my underwear while standing at the foot of a hospital bed belonging to an elderly woman is both embarrassing and nerve wracking – worse than trying on clothes in the store aisle when the change rooms are full.
God Box by Joe Baumann
The god box sat on the counter in Burkhardt’s mother’s kitchen, where everything was dark faux-marble lined with white streaks like fat in a steak.
The Joke by Larry Gaffney
In 1951, Max Bieler bought a failed restaurant in downtown Binghamton and turned it into an Army-Navy store.
Range Anxiety by Dan Rivas
Jenny said something the other day at Elena’s soccer game that I’ve been thinking about a lot.
Quid Pro Crow by Steven Mayoff
What made me think that going to Montreal in the middle of February would somehow shake me out of my seasonal depression?
My Courtesy Aunt by Terry Watada
Every family has a rich aunt. Mine was Aunt Sally.