Volume 12.3


Spring 1988 – 128 pages

Contributors: Nikola Petkovi; P.J. Holdstock; David Donnell; Tristan Corbière; P. Scott Lawrence; Joe Rosenblatt; Robert Marteau; René Lagorre; Seán Virgo; Jaime Gil de Biedma; Arie Van Den Berg; Jagma Olbarzewska; Roland Giguère; Gilles Hénault

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NIKOLA PETKOVIC – The Hoppers

Nikola Petkovic of Yugoslavia is a poet, prose writer, editor and broadcaster. This story is his first to be translated into English.

P.J. HOLDSTOCK – Fractured Symmetry

P. J. Holdstock of Canada has published a number of short stories in small magazines and the novel, The Blackbird’s Song.

DAVID DONNELL – Dancing At The Renovated King Edward (VII)

David Donnell of Canada has published numerous books, two of which are prose: Hemingway in Toronto and The Blue Ontario Hemingway Boat Race. His collections of poetry are: The Blue Sky, Dangerous Crossings, Settlements, and a limited edition chapbook, The Natural History of Water.

TRISTAN CORBIÈRE – The Wandering Minstrel and the Pardon Of Saint Anne

Tristan Corbière of France is a classic of modern French poetry. The translator is the English poet, Peter Dale, whose works include: Mortal Fire, Cross Channel, Selected Poems of Villon, One Another: A Sonnet Sequence, Too Much Water and Narrow Straits: Poems trom the French.

P. SCOTT LAWRENCE – Famous

P. Scott Lawrence of Canada has published a collection of short stories, Around The Mulberry Tree.

JOE ROSENBLATT – The Kissing

Joe Rosenblatt of Canada has published numerous books of poetry, as well as volumes of prose and drawings including: Poetry Hotel: Selected Poems, 1963-1985, and Escape from The Glue Factory — A Memoir of a Paranormal Toronto Childhood in the Late Forties.

ROBERT MARTEAU – René Lagorre: “Z” and Three Sonnets

Robert Marteau of Canada and France has many works translated into English, including: Atlante, Treatise On White and Tincture, Interlude, Pig Skinning, Pentecost, Mont Royal, River Without End and Voyage to Vendée.

RENÉ LAGORRE – Eight Acrylics

RENÉ LAGORRE — “Z” — Eight Acrylics

René Lagorre of France presented a one-man exhibition of the “Z” sequence in Paris, at the Galerie Charley Chevalier.

SEÁN VIRGO – Lilith

Seán Virgo of Canada is a poet, short fiction writer, and novelist. Among his works are: Pieces For The Old Earth Man, Deathwatch On Skidegate Narrows, White Lies & Other Fictions, Through The Eye Of A Cat, and Selakhi.

JAIME GIL DE BIEDMA – Three Poems

Jaime Gil de Biedma of Spain is among the finest poets in that country. He has published a limited amount of work, including Diary Of A Seriously Ill Writer.

ARIE VAN DEN BERG – Owls

Arie van den Berg of The Netherlands is a well known man of letters. He has published books of poetry and fiction, as well as many essays on literature, painting, and popular culture.

JAGMA OLBARZEWSKA – Three Poems

Jagma Olbarzewska of England was born in Poland and studied in Canada. These are her first published poems.

ROLAND GIGUÈRE – Ten Poems

Roland Giguère of Canada is one of the most important poets from Québec. Three collections central to his work are, L’Age de la parole, Forêt vierge folle, and Miror & Lettres à l’évadé. In 1988, Exile Editions published his first Selected in English, Rose And Thorn.

GILLES HÉNAULT – Signals For Seers

Gilles Hénault of Canada is equally central to the contemporary poetry of Québec. Among his books are: Invention of the Wheel, Allegories, Open Air Theatre, Journey To Memory Land, Semaphore, and To The Unknown Nude. In 1988, Exile Editions published his first Selected in English, Signals For Seers.

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