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Volume 26.4

Winter 2002 – 141 pages
Contributors: Kristi-Ly Green; Erina Harris; Paola Febbraro; Patrick Roscoe; Ray Robertson; Carsten René Nielsen; Michael Callaghan
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Volume 27.1

Spring 2003
SVEND ÅGE MADSEN – The Man Who Created Woman
Svend Åge Madsen of Denmark has extraordinary range as a writer, working as a historical, fantasy, revenge and satirical novelist. Among his works: Virtue and Vice in the Middle Time, Manhunt, The Gift of Eden, The Woman Without a Body and Seven-Age-Madness.
JOHN MONTAGUE – Plains
John Montague […]

Volume 27.2

Spring 2001
PHILIP PARDI – God’s Shins
Philip Pardi of the United States has published poems and translations in Mid-American Review, Borderlands, New Orleans Review, and Seneca Review.
JUAN VILLORIO – Coyote
Juan Villorio of Mexico has published three books of short stories, La noche navegable, Albercas, and La casa pierde; two novels, El disparo de argón and Materia […]

Volume 27.3

Autumn 2003
GALE ZOË GARNETT – Transient Dancing
Gale Zoë Garnett of Canada published her first novel, Visible Amazement, in Canada, the US, France and Germany. Transient Dancing is being published this fall in Canada, and comes out in France in 2004. Her short stories have appeared both in Exile and on CBC Radio’s Fall Festival of […]

Volume 27.4

Winter 2003
YI SANG – Encounters and Departures
Yi Sang of (South) Korea (1910 — 1937) was in the forefront of the modernist movement in that country. He was a poet and storyteller and the author of many influential essays on the function of literature in society in his time. In 1977, the Yi Sang Literature Prize, […]

Volume 28.1

Spring 2004
SHANNON BRAMER – The Father-Daughter Dance
shannon bramer of Canada has published two volumes: suitcases and other poems and scarf. In 1999, she received the Best Book Award from the Hamilton Arts Council.
DANIEL NEMIROFF – Good John
Daniel Nemiroff of Canada has written and toured the country with three Fringe plays, Live Sex Show-Llamas, Step, and […]

Volume 28.2

Summer 2004
KRISTI-LY GREEN – Notes from a Sinus Infected Country (Respiration Obscured)
Kristi-Ly Green of Canada has published in several literary journals and is the author of a book of short stories, Nits. A story from that book recently appeared in ¿Dónde es aqui? an anthology of short fiction from Canada, published in translation in Mexico, […]

Volume 28.3

Autumn 2004
Editorial note: Over the years, the biographical note for young writers appearing in EXILE has, time and again, contained the phrase “this is his/her first published work.” In this issue, fronting and backing our section of eight established Danish authors, we have published several more such first-timers, five of them from Canada. As a […]

Volume 28.4

Winter 2004
JOHN MONTAGUE – Seven Poems
John Montague of Ireland, a contributing editor to Exile since its inception in 1972, includes among his major publications Death of a Chieftain (stories), The Rough Field, The Great Cloak, The Dead Kingdom, Mount Eagle, Collected Poems (published the year he received the America Ireland Fund Literary Award) and Smashing […]

Volume 29.1

Spring 2005
NICCOLÒ AMMANITI – December 9th
Niccolò Ammaniti of Italy has published the novels Branchie, Ti prendo e ti porto via, and Io non ho paura (I Am Not Scared, which was made into the film of the same name by Gabriele Salvatores), and a collection of stories Fango, from which Marco Risi made the film […]

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