Volume 23.2

Summer 1999 – 125 pages

Contributors: John Montague; Shannon Bramer; Darren Gluckman; Harold Rhenisch; Mónica Lavin; Kenneth J. Harvey; David Wevill; Darren Gluckman; Hal Niedzviecki; Pia Pera; Adam Honsinger

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John Montague of Ireland is among that country’s most distinghished poets. He is the author of The Rough Field, The Great Cloak, The Love Poems of John Montague, The Dead Kingdom, Poisoned Lands, Tide, A Chosen Light, A Slow Dance, Mount Eagle, and John Montague: Collected Poems.


Shannon Bramer of Canada (is publishing in a quarterly for the first time,) and her first book, suitcases and other poems, will appear in the Fall of 1999.

DARREN GLUCKMAN – The Weight of the World



Darren Gluckman of Canada is publishing fiction for the first time, and his first book, The Weight of the World and Other Stories, will appear in the Fall of 1999.


Harold Rhenisch of Canada is the author of eight books of poems, most recently Taking the Breath Away, The Blue Mouth of Morning, and Fusion, and the prose memoir of post-colonial immigrant orchard life, Out of the Interior: The Lost Country. He is currently working on a book-length spoof of Ezra Pound’s Cantos, and a translation of the German playwright, Stefan Schütz. His first novel, Carnival, is forthcoming.

MÓNICA LAVIN – Home Again?

Mónica Lavin of Mexico, novelist, story teller, and broadcaster, is the author of Cuentos de desencuentro y otros, Nicolas y los encajes, Retazas, Tonada de un viejo amor, La más faulera, Ruby Tuesday, La isla blanca, and no ha muerto, for which she received the Premio Nacional de Literature Gilberto Owen.



Breaking Water

Kenneth J. Harvey of Canada is a poet, novelist, and essayist. Among his works are: Kill the Poets: anti-verse, Directions for an Opened Body, The Hole That Must be Filled, Brud, The Great Misogynist, The Flesh So Close, The Woman in the Closet, and Everyone Hates a Beauty Queen ‹ Provocative Opinions and Irreverent Humour.


David Wevill of Canada has published Birth of a Shark, A Christ of the Ice Floes, Firebreak, Where the Arrow Falls, Casual Ties, Other Names for the Heart: Selected Poems 1964-1984, Figure of Eight, and Child Eating Snow.

HAL NIEDZVIECKI – It All Seems Like It’s Just Happening

Hal Niedzviecki of Canada, the editor of Broken Pencil magazine, a guide to alternative culture and zines, is the author of short fiction, Smell It, the editor of Concrete Forest, the new fiction of urban Canada, and will soon publish two books: We Want Some Too: Unacceptable Art and the Reinvention of Mass Culture, and Lurvy, a re-telling and deconstruction of Charlotte’s Web.

PIA PERA – Lo’s Diary

Pia Pera of Italy, translator of several Russian classics into Italian, has published a collection of stories, La bellezza dell’asino, and the novel, Diàrio di Lo, which will appear in English this September as Lo’s Diary, with an introduction by Dimitri Nabokov, son of Vladimir.

ADAM HONSINGER – Stories from the Belly of a Whale

Adam Honsinger of Canada is a prose writer. This is his first published fiction.

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