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 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 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 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 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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