Volume 28.1

Spring 2004

SHANNON BRAMER – The Father-Daughter Dance

shannon bramer of Canada has published two volumes: suitcases and other poems and scarf. In 1999, she received the Best Book Award from the Hamilton Arts Council.


Daniel Nemiroff of Canada has written and toured the country with three Fringe plays, Live Sex Show-Llamas, Step, and The Devil’s Asylum. He has worked as a freelance journalist, soccer coach, debating coach, statistician, script doctor, and quasi-mob enforcer. His first published story appeared in Volume 28.1, and his first collection of stories, Nasty, Short and Brutal will appear in the autumn of 2004.

KEN BABSTOCK – Seven Poems

Ken Babstock of Canada is the author of two collections of poems, Mean, and Days into Flatspin. He is poetry editor at House of Anansi Press.


Steven Heighton of Canada will have a new collection of poems, The Address Book, this spring. His last book was a novel, The Shadow Boxer, which was a Publisher’s Weekly Book of the Year in the U.S.A., and recently appeared in Britain with Granta Books, and in Italy with edizioni c/o. Currently, he is writer-in-residence at Massey College, University of Toronto.

LINDA REVIE – Floating Signifiers Without the Signified

Linda Revie of Canada, with “Floating Signifiers Without the Signifieds” – winner of the Waterloo Regional Arts Council Fiction Competition – is publishing fiction for the first time.

NICOLE BROSSARD – Analysis of a Sound in the Middle of the Night

Nicole Brossard of Canada has twice won the Governor General’s Award and the Grand Prix de la Poésie de la Fondation des Forges. She has published nineteen collections of poetry and eight novels. Museum of Bone and Water is the most recent collection of her work to appear in translation.

MEAGHAN STRIMAS – The Junk Man Re-Collections

Meaghan Strimas of Canada has published once before in Exile. She has completed her first book – Junk Man’s Daughter – to appear in 2004, and is at work on a second, Emblem.

AUDE – Human

Aude of Canada lives in Quebec City. Her novelistic collection of stories, The Imperceptible Movement, received the Governor General’s Award for fiction. Human, a novel, will appear in the summer of 2004.


David Donnell of Canada has published poetry: The Blue Sky, Dangerous Crossings, Settlements, China Blues–Poems and Stories, and Dancing in the Dark; and prose: Hemingway in Toronto/A Post-Modern Tribute, and The Blue Ontario Hemingway Boat Race. This Spring he is publishing Sometimes a Great Notion.


Hugh Graham of Canada, a Toronto journalist and screenwriter, is the author of a play, Where the Sun Don’t Shine, and a memoir of travels to Central America at the height of the Contra War, Ploughing the Seas.


Peter Rochon (cover) of Canada has long painted those people who are the marginalized of society. He has exhibited in Canada, the United States, Belgium and England.


Gianguido Fucito (colour section) is a Canadian artist from Venice, Italy. He has curated for galleries and corporations in Ottawa and Montreal, and is responsible for collaborative projects with a number of Canadian, American and European art galleries. His works are in many private, public and corporate collections.

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