Volume 32.2

Summer 2008

322

P.K. Page – Fifi

P.K. Page of Canada is the author of The Hidden Room (2 volumes), Planet Earth, and Up on the Roof.  Forthcoming are two children’s books, and two books of poetry, The Essential P.K. Page and Coal and Roses.

James Clarke – Eight Poems

James Clarke of Canada is a Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice, General Division. He is the author of seven books of poetry with Exile Editions: Silver Mercies, The Raggedy Parade, The Ancient Pedigrees of Plums, The Way Everyone Is Inside, Flying Home Through the Dark, How to Bribe a Judge, and Forced Passage. He has also published the memoir A Mourner’s Kaddish: Suicide and the Rediscovery of Hope.

Lauren B. Davis – Neighbours

Lauren B. Davis of the U.S. is the author of The Radiant City (a finalist for the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize) and The Stubborn Season (chosen for the Robert Adams Lecture Series) as well as a collection short stories, Rat Medicine & Other Unlikely Curatives. Her short fiction has been shortlisted for the CBC Literary Awards. Exile Editions will publish her second collection of short stories, An Unrehearsed Desire, in the autumn of 2008.

Karen Solie – Five Poems

Karen Solie of Canada is the author of two books of poetry, Short  Haul Engine and Modern and Normal. She is the recipient of the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and has been shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize and the Gerald Lampert Award. She is currently working on her third collection.

David Layton – Petrified

David Layton of Canada is a prose writer and journalist. He is the author of the best-selling memoir, Motion Sickness, nominated for a Trillium award, as well as the comic novel, The Bird Factory, currently being made into a feature film. He also writes for numerous publications including the Globe and Mail and Conde Nast and is currently completing his third book, Bloodlines.

Norman Snider – Bagman

Norman Snider of Canada has written extensively for movies and television, including the Gemini award-winning Dead Ringers, the crime drama Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss, as well as Rated X and Valentine’s Day. His collection of non-fiction, The Roaring Eighties and Other Good Times, appeared in Autumn 2007 with Exile Editions, and will be included as a part of the Ottawa International Authors Festival 2008 autumn lineup. Bagman, a feature film, will begin production in 2009.

Nicholas Ruddock – Sebald

Nicholas Ruddock of Canada has published short fiction in The Fiddlehead, Prism International, The Dalhousie Review, The Antigonish Review, Grain, subTerrain, and Event. One of his stories was included in The Journey Prize Anthology 2007.

Richard Teleky – Five Poems

Richard Teleky of Canada is a professor of Humanities at York University. His most recent books are the novel, Winter in Hollywood, and a poetry collection, The Hermit’s Kiss.

Lawrence Jeffery – Frenchtown

Lawrence Jeffery of Canada was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award for Drama for his first play, Clay, which was also nominated for the Dora Mavor Moore Award for Best New Play. Jeffery has spent much of the past 15 years writing about China, India, Africa and South East Asia.

Richard Gorman – New Paintings

Richard Gorman (Interior) of Canada is an abstract painter whose career spans several decades and generations of Canadian art history. He has exhibited extensively throughout North America, and is represented in numerous museums, including the Art Gallery of Ontario and the National Gallery of Canada. Richard Gorman has been represented by Christopher Cutts Gallery (Toronto) since 1992.

CLAIRE WEISSMAN WILKS – Cover

Claire Weissman Wilks (Cover) of Canada is in many private and public collections, nationally and internationally. She has had one-woman exhibitions of her drawings, sculpture, and monoprints in New York, Zagreb, Rome, Jerusalem, Stockholm, Mexico City, and Toronto. Most recently, she had a one-woman exhibition of her monoprints at the Querini Stampalia museum in Venice.

Be Sociable, Share!
You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Powered by WordPress | Cheap at&t cell phones for sale | Thanks to Sprint online specials, Video Game Music and Car Insurance
This blog is monetized using Are-PayPal WP Plugin