Volume 23.3


Fall 1999 – 125 pages

Contributors: Margaret Avison; Nancy Huston; Colin Carberry; Ryszard Kapuscinski; Lauren Davis; John Barlow; Rabindranath Maharaj; Priscila Uppal; William Ronald; Karen Connelly; Abdelkader Benali

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JOE-ANNE McLAUAGHLIN – Seven Poems

Joe-Anne McLauaghlin of the United States has published in several journals, including The Georgia Review, Ploughshares, Poetry (Chicago), Shenadoah, and The Pushcart Prize Anthology, VIII.

ANDREW LOMAN – Mike Harris Saved from Drowning

Andrew Loman of Canada is a graduate student, currently writing a stage play and a novel. This is his first published story.

MAX PLATER – Rain on the Mountains: Ghazals

Max Plater of Canada has published in several small magazines in the United States and Canada, particularily on the West coast.

PATRICK ROSCOE – Touching Darkness

Patrick Roscoe of Canada has published five books of fiction, and has been translated into six languages. His short fiction has also been widely published, and has won two CBC literary competions and two Western Magazine Awards.

ADRIAN BOND – My Sister

Adrian Bond of Canada is a young poet who has published in The Boston Review, The Quarterly, The New Quarterly and Prairie Fire.

LIBBY SCHEIER – Yud of My Heart

Libby Scheier of Canada is founder and director of the Toronto Writing Workshop. She is the author of Saints and Runners – Stories and a Novella, and three other poetry collections.

JOHN BARLOW – Five Poems

John Barlow of Canada has published eclectically and widely, with Oversion Press, Homeworld books and Oversion: The Post-Raphaelite Poetry Magazine. Exile Editions published his poems, Safe Telepathy.

HAL NIEDZVIECKI – Ditch

Hal Niedzviecki of Canada is author of the short story collection Smell It, and editor of Concrete Forest: The New Fiction of Urban Canada. He is currently working on a non-fiction book about independent culture, as well as completing a novel. He lives in Toronto where he edits and publishes Broken Pencil, the guide to zine culture in Canada.

CAMILLO KERRIGAN – Cover Paintings

Camilo Kerrigan of Spain now lives in New York. He has been exhibiting since 1962, most recently in Mallorca, Spain, and Los Angeles.

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