Volume 14.3


Summer 1990 – 128 pages

Contributors: Christopher Hunt; Gunter Kunert; Milovoj Slavicek; Heinz Piontek; Gabriele Eckart; George Slobodzian; Alexandre Amprimoz; Stephen Pender; Roo Borson; Ralph Gustafson; David Donnell

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CHRISTOPHER HUNT – The Real Thing

Christopher Hunt of Canada: The Real Thing is his first published story.

GUNTER KUNERT – In The Closet

Gunter Kunert of Germany, born in the East, is well known as a poet and essayist. Since 1963 he has published many books: Memory of a Planet, On The Way To Utopia, The Cries of a Bat… This story is his first translation into English, from a collection, Back to Paradise.

MILIVOJ SLAVIÈEK – Four Poems

Milivoj Slavièek of Yugoslavia is a leading modern Croatian poet. His poems have been translated in Silent Doors.

HEINZ PIONTEK – Other Catchwords

Heinz Piontek of Germany is a well-established writer of fiction and poetry, and he has won most of the major literary prizes in his country. His book of poems, Darklight was published in 1987.

GABRIELE ECKART – Feldberg and Back

Gabriele Eckart of Germany, also born in the East, is among the most important emerging writers in that country. A widely published poet, Hitchhiking is her first collection of translated stories.

GEORGE SLOBODZIAN – Three Poems

George Slobodzian of Canada is a young poet: these are among his first published poems.

ALEXANDRE AMPRIMOZ – The Seige

Alexandre Amprimoz of Canada is the author of numerous books of poems and essays and he has published fiction in many magazines. Too Many Popes is a collection of his stories.

STEPHEN PENDER – Stanzas of Apostasy

Stephen Pender of Canada is a young poet, whose first published work appeared in Exile, Vol. 13, No. 1.

ROO BORSON – Past, Present, Third Person

Roo Borson of Canada has published several books of poems, among them: Rain, Night Walk, A Sad Device, and The Whole Night: Coming Home.

RALPH, GUSTAFSON – Two Poems

Ralph Gustafson of Canada, one of the country’s established poets, has published among many other titles The Moment Is All: Selected Poems 1944-83 and Directions of Autumn.

DAVID DONNELL – Grace Street At Sea Level

David Donnell of Canada has published poetry: Poems, Blue Sky, Dangerous Crossings, Settlements; and prose-Hemingway in Toronto/A Post-Modern Tribute, and The Blue Ontario Hemingway Boat Race.

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