Volume 29.4

Winter 2005

MICHAEL WINTER – The Architects Are Here

Michael Winter of Canada has a recent novel, The Big Why, which was shortlisted for the Trillium Award and the Atlantic Book Prize. He also won last year’s CBC Literary Prize for a short story.

LUDWIG ZELLER – Eleven Poems

Ludwig Zeller of Chile has published a number of books, including Women in Dreams, Visions and Wounds, 50 Collages, Alphacollage: An Alphabet of Twenty-seven Letters, To Saw the Beloved in Half Only When Necessary, Totem Women, In the Country of the Antipodes, and Los engranajes del encantamiento (The Grears of Enchantment). The poems in this issue of Exile are a new series of translations, from Lagrimas en el ojo llameante (Tears in an Eye on Fire), and El embrujo de Mexico (The Spell of Mexico).

DAMIAN TARNOPOLSKY – Sleepy

Damian Tarnopolsky of Canada is publishing fiction for the first time.

MORDEN YOLLES – Graffiti

Morden Yolles (cover and colour section) of Canada is a structural engineer. His firm’s projects include: The Benvenuto Apartments, Toronto; Champlain College, Bata Library and The Reginald Faryon Bridge at Trent University; the Indo-Malayan and African Pavilions at the Metro Toronto Zoo; the World Financial Centre, Battery Park, New York; and Canary Wharf, London, England. He was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 2003, and received a Toronto Arts Award in Architecture and Design in 1997. This is his first published sequence of photographs. The images were produced as giclée prints at Toronto Image Works.

CAROLYN SMART – Complications Janie

Carolyn Smart of Canada is the author of a memoir, At the End of the Day, and four volumes of poetry, most recently The Way to Come Home. This poem is part of a new manuscript of narrative poems entitled Hooked. She teaches Creative Writing at Queen’s University.

JAMES BACQUE – Our Fathers’ War

James Bacque of Canada is the best-selling author of Other Losses and Crimes and Mercies – both histories of the aftermath of World War Two in Europe. He has also written two novels, a book of short stories, two anthologies and a biography. He has been published in nine languages in eleven countries around the world. Crimes and Mercies will be reprinted by Exile Editions in 2006.

MARY MONTAGUE – A Work of the Imagination: A Poem in Seven Parts

Mary Montague of Ireland is a young poet, and author of a poetry collection, Black Wolf on a White Plain.

JON PAPERNICK – Who By Fire, Who By Blood

Jon Papernick of Canada is the author of the short story collection The Ascent of Eli Israel. His piece from this issue is excerpted from a recently completed novel entitled Who by Fire, Who by Blood. His fiction has appeared in Exile, The Reading Room, Night Train Magazine, Nerve.com, and the anthology Lost Tribe: Jewish Fiction from the Edge. His short story, “An Unwelcome Guest,” will appear in 2006 in the anthology Scribblers on the Roof, and it has also been adapted for the stage.

A.F. MORITZ – Five Poems

A.F. Moritz of Canada, with Night Street Repairs, won the 2005 ReLit Award for poetry. His recent poems in journals have won the 2004 Bess Hokin Award of Poetry and the 2005 Elizabeth Matchett Stover Award from the Southwest Review. He is the translator of Ludwig Zeller in this issue.

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