Volume 28.4

Winter 2004


John Montague of Ireland, a contributing editor to Exile since its inception in 1972, includes among his major publications Death of a Chieftain (stories), The Rough Field, The Great Cloak, The Dead Kingdom, Mount Eagle, Collected Poems (published the year he received the America Ireland Fund Literary Award) and Smashing the Piano. In 1998 he became the first Ireland Professor of Poetry.

RAY ROBERTSON – What Happened Later

Ray Robertson of Canada is the author of the novels Home Movies, Heroes, Moody Food, and, most recently, Gently Down the Stream, as well as Mental Hygiene: Essays on Writers and Writing.

SANDRO VERONESI – A Hundred Little Tottis

Sandro Veronesi was born in Florence. He has published: Per dove parte questo treno allegro, Gli sfiorati, Occhio per occhio. La pena di morte in quattro storie, Venite venite B-52; La forza del passato, for which he won the Viareggio and Campiello Prizes. In 2002 in Superalbo­le storie complete he collected his accounts of bizarre and significant events of recent Italian public life‹from which a film was adapted‹La forza del passato. This story will appear in the Spring in the United States in Italville, a collection of contemporary Italian fiction and poetry.

LOUIS PHILLIPS – Two Visual Poems

Louis Phillips of the United States is the author of The Bus to the Moon and Other Stories.


Joe Rosenblatt of Canada received the Governor General’s Award for his selected poems Top Soil. He is also the author of Poetry Hotel (The B.C. Book Prize), A Tentacled Mother, Escape from the Glue Factory, The Joe Rosenblatt Reader and Parrot Fever.


Earlie Fires of Canada, publishing for the first time, is engaged in a collection of stories in which he himself plays a part, and collection to be called either Blatt or Yellow Dog Blues.


Arnaldo Colasanti was born in Fiuggi. He is co-director of the literary magazine Nuovi Argomenti and editor of Poesia, as well as being the author of various studies of Italian and French literature. Among his most recent publications: Novanta. Il conformismo della cultura italiana, the novel Gatti e scimmie (Grinzane Cavour Prize), and the collection of essays Rosebud. Una generazione di scrittori italiani. This story will appear in the Spring in the United States in Italville, a collection of contemporary Italian fiction and poetry.


James Clarke of Canada has published six books of poetry, including Silver Mercies, The Way Everyone Is Inside, and How to Bribe a Judge. He is a justice of the Ontario Court of Justice, General Division.


Giosuè Calaciura of Palermo is a journalist, and has written for theatre and radio. He has published the novels Malacarne and Sgobbo (finalist for the Campiello prize). This story will appear in the Spring in the United States in Italville, a collection of contemporary Italian fiction and poetry.

EARLE TOPPINGS – Two Found Poems

Earle Toppings of Canada is a respected interviewer of Canadian and international writers. These are his first published poems.

NATHAN SELLYN – Indigenous Beasts

Nathan Sellyn of Canada has published two stories in THIS magazine. He is completing a collection of short fiction, Indigenous Beasts & Other Stories.

ERINA HARRIS – Time of Month

Erina Harris of Canada has published a chapbook, The 82 Short Poems of Eliza, and has appeared in Arc, THIS magazine, Grain, Other Voices and Exile.

SUSAN TELFER – Four Sonnets

Susan Telfer of Canada is a young west coast poet. These sonnets are her first published poems.

RICHARD TELEKY – Winter in Hollywood

Richard Teleky of Canada has published two novels, Pack Up the Moon and The Paris Years of Rosie Kamin, which won the American Harold Ribalow Prize for the best novel of 1999.

DIM SAMPAIO – Cover Paintings

Dim Sampaio (cover) of Brazil had his first one-man show in 1998 and has exhibited since in Brazil and Italy, especially Bologna, and in 2003 was the Special Guest at the 9th International Biennale Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Cairo. In 2005, he will be exhibiting in Montreal.

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