Volume 10.1

Spring 1985 – 129 pages

Contributors: Jacques Brault; Miodrag Bulatovic; Alan Safarik; Max Layton; Denis Vanier; Miroslav Josic Visnjic; John Merideth; Richard Outram; Mary Meigs; Paul William Roberts; John Montague; Radoslav Bratic; Gerald Godin

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MIODRAG BULATOVIC – Stop the Danube

Miodrag Bulatovic of Yugoslavia writes in Serbian. He was born in 1930 and is the author of several collections of short stories and novels: among them, The Devils Are Coming, The Wolf And The Bell, The Four-Fingered Men, and Gullo, Gullo.

ALAN SAFARIK – Seven Poems

Alan Safarik of Canada has published Okira, The Naked Machine Rides On, and God Loves Us Like Earthworms Love Wood.

MAX LAYTON – John Godfrey

Max Layton of Canada has had several short stories published in various journals.

DENIS VANIER – Acid Lesbians

Denis Vanier of Canada has published several volumes of poetry, foremost among them, Lesbiennes d’Acid

MIROSLAV JOSIC VISNJIC – Chaste Helen

Miroslav Josicvisnjic of Yugoslavia writes in Serbian. He was born in 1946, and his collections of short stories are: Fair Helena and Twelve Rings. His novels are: The Czech School, Novel About the Death of Galerie and Approach into Light

JOHN MEREDITH – Six Drawings

John Meredith of Canada is represented in all major private and public collections across the country.

RICHARD OUTRAM – Five Poems

Richard Outram of Canada has published Eight Poems; Exsultate, Jubilate; Turns; The Promise of Light; and Man in Love from which these poems are taken.

MARY MEIGS – Illustrations for Jane Eyre

Mary Meigs of Canada, painter and writer, has published Illustrations for Two Novels by Marie-Claire Blais (Exile Editions); Lily Briscoe; and The Medusa Head.

PAUL WILLIAM ROBERTS – The Palace of Fears

Paul William Roberts of Canada is a writer. This is his first published fiction.

JOHN MONTAGUE – Six Poems

John Montague of Ireland is the author of a collection of short stories, Death Of A Chieftan, and several books of poetry, including Selected Poems (Exile Editions) and The Dead Kingdom (Exile Editions).

RADOSLAV BRATIC – A Picture without Father

Radoslav Bratic of Yugoslavia writes in Serbian. He was born in 1948 and is the author of Death of the Savior and Doubts About Biography.

GÉRALD GODIN – Kébékanto of Love

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