Volume 27.2

Spring 2001

PHILIP PARDI – God’s Shins

Philip Pardi of the United States has published poems and translations in Mid-American Review, Borderlands, New Orleans Review, and Seneca Review.

JUAN VILLORIO – Coyote

Juan Villorio of Mexico has published three books of short stories, La noche navegable, Albercas, and La casa pierde; two novels, El disparo de argón and Materia dispuesta; and four children¹s books. In 1999 he received the Mexico National Prize in Literature, Premio Xavier Villaurritia.

SIBILA PETLEVSKI – Choreography of Suffering

Sibila Petlevski of Croatia has written books of poetry and prose, been the editor of cultural publications, and is the current president of Penn International Croatia. She wrote, in English, the poems that appear here.

LEON ROOKE – Saddam’s Dog and Cupid and Psyche

Leon Rooke of Canada is the author of many novels and collections of short stories, including Painting the Dog; The Best Stories of Leon Rooke; Sing Me No Love Songs; A Bolt of White Cloth; Fat Women; Shakespeare¹s Dog; The Good Baby; Oh! Twenty-seven Stories; Who Goes There; and The Fall of Gravity.

MARY MONTAGUE – Five Poems

Mary Montague of Ireland is a young poet, and recently published her first poetry collection, Black Wolf on a White Plain.

JONARNO LAWSON – The Tailors and the Butcher

JonArno Lawson of Canada is the author of two books of poetry and aphorisms: Inklings and Love Is an Observant Traveller.

JACQUES BRAULT – Two Prose Poems

Jacques Brault of Canada is one of Québec’s outstanding men of letters. Among his works are: Trois fois passera; Moments fragiles; Poèms I, Au petit matin (with Robert Melançon); On the Road No More; Within the Mystery; Poçms choisis 1968-1990, and a novel, Agonie.

THREE ARTISTS/ – Cuban Cantos (Colour Section)

Eduardo Roca Salazar (Choco) of Cuba was one of the inventive 1960s artists to take up the challenge of bringing print making to the level of other Cuban visual arts. He has since won many prizes, and has exhibited extensively in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.

Zaida del Río of Cuba has won top international prizes in drawing, engraving, lithography and painting, and has exhibited in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

Ernesto García Peña of Cuba is highly recognized in his country. He both exhibits and acts as a cultural missionary in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

JOCELYN DUBOIS – Everyone Loves Joe

Jocelyn Dubois of Canada is a young writer. She has appeared in The Dalhousie Review, and is currently working on a novel.

DAVID MATSON – Two Poems

David Matson of the United States is an Episcopal priest in Maine.

ADAM HONSINGER – Details

Adam Honsinger of Canada has published twice before in Exile, and was this year’s recipient of the Douglas College Creative Writing Department’s Maurice Hodgson Award.

ANNE TEYSSIÉRAS – Golem

Anne Teyssiéras of France has published fifteen books, as well as several critical essays and reviews, and has been awarded the Prix Monnier and the Prix du Mandat des Poètes. Golem was published in 2000 by Rougerie Press.

KIETH GAREBIAN – The Frida Kahlo Poems

Keith Garebian of Canada is the author of Pain: Journeys Around My Parents; The Making of Cabaret; The Maiking of West Side Story; A Well-bred Muse: Selected Theatre Writings 1978-1988; William Hutt: A Theatre Portrait; and most recently, Reservoir of Ancestors: Poems.

TRACY CARBERT – Cover Photographs

Tracy Carbert (cover) of Canada is a young photographer who’s work appeared on the cover and in the colour section of Exile 24.4

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