Volume 29.3

Autumn 2005


Kathleen McCracken of Canada published a first book of poems, Reflections, in 1978. It was followed by Into Celebration, The Constancy of Objects and Blue Light, Bay and College (which was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award for Poetry in 1992) and her most recent collection, A Geography of Souls. Mooncalves will be published by Exile Editions in 2007. She currently lives and works in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

EDWARD BROWN – Beer Bottles and Bowling Balls

Edward Brown of Canada is publishing for the first time; this story is part of a larger collection of linked stories he is currently working on.


Johanna Skibsrud of Canada has previously published poetry in Pottersfield Portfolio, The Antigonish Review and Prism Inter-national, and last spring a short-fiction chapbook, The Electric Man, was released.

LISA FOAD – Violent Collections • Anxious Supplements

Lisa Foad of Canada is a young writer, performer, columnist/contributor to Xtra! Magazine, and one-third of the spoken word-based multi-media performance troupe, Trash & Ready. She is publishing fiction with Exile for the second time.

ULRIKKA S. GENRES – The Averted Moment

Ulrikka S. Gernes of Denmark is the author of ten collections of poetry. A Sudden Sky, a selection of her work in English was published in 2001. The Averted Moment is from her latest collection of poetry, An Evening with Ulrikka S. Gernes, published in 2005.
Dan Marmorstein (translator) is American by birth, and currently resides in Denmark where he is a translator and classical music composer.

ED PIEN – Strange Scenes & Imaginary Beings

Ed Pien (cover and colour section) of Taiwan, now lives in Canada. He has exhibited nationally and internationally, including the Drawing Center, New York; La Biennale de Montreal; W139, Amsterdam; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; Middlesbrough Art Gallery, the UK; Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City; the Contemporary Art Museum in Monterrey, Mexico; and the Goethe Institute, Berlin.


Marianne Ackerman of Canada is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter and journalist. In 2000 she published her first novel, Jump. A selection from her second novel, Matters of Hart, appears in this issue. www.marianneackerman.com


Priscila Uppal of Canada has published four poetry collections with Exile Editions: How to Draw Blood from a Stone, Confessions of a Fertility Expert, Pretending to Die and Live Coverage. Her first novel, The Divine Economy of Salvation, received acclaim in Canada, the US, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Greece. She is a professor of Humanities and Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program at York University.

HUGH GRAHAM – Next to Last

Hugh Graham of Canada is a screenwriter and journalist and has published previously in Exile and in The New Quarterly. He wrote the screenplay for Palais Royale, and was story editor on the Sci-Fi thriller Cube. Graham has received Peabody and ACTRA awards for his radio comedy. He is presently a contributor to The Walrus Magazine and is the author of the play Where the Sun Don’t Shine, and Ploughing the Seas, an account of CIA operations during the Nicaraguan civil war.

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