Volume 2.3 / 2.4 (Double Issue)

Spring 1975 (Double Issue) – 246 pages

Contributors: Joyce Mansour; Yannis Ritsos; Jean Benoît; David Shapiro; Seamus Heaney; Alexandre Amprimoz; John Montague; Morley Callaghan

status: VERY RARE; double issue price: $29.00 CAN / $24.50 US; Order # E0234


JOYCE MANSOUR – Jules Cesar

Joyce Mansour of France was born in England of Egyptian parents. After the publication in France of Chris, her first collection of poems, she became associated with the Surrealists and has contributed to their reviews since the 1950s. Jules Cesar is one of the two stories in her book, Histoires Nocives (Gallimard).

YANNIS RITSOS – Helen

Yannis Ritsos of Greece is the most prolific of Greek poets. He has written over twenty-five books and has been translated widely on the continent. He was recently nominated for the Nobel Prize. Our translators are Nikos and Gwendolyn Tsingos of Canada. Their translation of Twenty Poems appeared in Exile, Vol. 2 No. 1.

JEAN BENOÎT – Objects

Jean Benoît, born in Canada, has been a resident of Paris since 1947 and a member of the surrealist movement for sixteen years. This is the first time such an extensive collection of photographs of his work has been published. They are arranged in order from the earliest to the most recent. The description by the artist of The Necrophiliac first appeared in Midi-Minuit Fantastique, and the commentary by Vincent Bounoure on The Object To Contain A Mummified Head in Archibras. All texts were furnished in letters from Jean Benoît to Ray Ellenwood, who did the translations.

DAVID SHAPIRO – The Lighthouse

David Shapiro of the United States is a young short story writer. This is his first published story. He is, at present, living in Canada.

SEAMUS HEANEY – Turas

Seamus Heaney of Ireland has published Death Of A Naturalist, Door Into The Dark, Wintering Out and North. Turas is from a series of prose-poems.

ALEXANDRE L. AMPRIMOZ – The Last Struggle for Life

Alexandre L. Amprimoz of Canada has published a number of stories and critical pieces. He writes in both French and English.

JOHN MONTAGU – O’Riada’s Farewell

John Montague of Ireland has published a collection of short stories, Death Of A Chieftan And Other Stories, and has edited The Faber Book Of Irish Verse. He has published five volumes of poetry, Poisoned Lands And Other Poems, A Chosen Light, Tides, The Rough Field, and A Slow Dance

MORLEY CALLAGHAN – Season Of The Witch

Morley Callaghan of Canada was the author of several collections of short stories, a reminiscence, That Summer in Paris, and eleven novels, including The Loved and the Lost, The Many Colored Coat, A Fine And Private Place, and A Passion in Rome. His work has been translated into every major language. Chapters from this novel appeared in Exile, Vol. 1, No. 1, under the working title, In The Dark And The Light Of Lisa.

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