Volume 7.1 / 7.2 (Double Issue)

Summer 1980 – 256 pages

Contributors: Barry Callaghan; Joyce Carol Oates; Mary di Michelle; Rejean Ducharme; Louis Goulet; Archambault Theatre Collective; David Annesley; Marilyn Bowering; Timothy Findley; Ludwig Zeller; Robin Skelton; Helen French

status: EXTREMELY RARE; double issue price: $39.00 CAN / $31.50 US; Order # E0712


BARRY CALLAGHAN – A Predicament

Barry Callaghan of Canada is a poet and story writer, the author of The Hogg Poems And Drawings, Atlante (translation), Treatise On White And Tincture (translation) – the latter two being from the French of Robert Marteau. His stories have appeared in many magazines, and recently in The Best Stories From Punch. The Predicament is an adaptation and an expansion of a short story by the same name by Morley Callaghan.

JOYCE CAROL OATES – The Ebony Casket

Joyce Carol Oates of the United States is the author of many novels, poems, plays, criticism, including: The Goddess And Other Women, The Assassins, Women Whose Lives Are Food, Men Whose Lives Are Money, and Childword, Son of the Morning. The Ebony Casket is from her new novel soon to be published, Bellefleur.

MARY DI MICHELE – Full Circle

Mary di Michele of Canada has appeared in many small magazines. She is the author of one volume of verse. Tree of August, and this Fall she will appear (along with Bronwen Wallace) in Bread And Chocolate/Marrying Into The Family and publish Vicarious Lives. She recently won first prize in the CBC National Poetry Competition, 1979.

REJEAN DUCHARME – Bittersea

Rejean Ducharme of Canada is the author of several novels: L’Hiver de force, The Swallower Swallowed, Le Nez qui voque.

LOUIS GOULET – She Wins

Louis Goulet of Canada died in 1936. L’Espace de Louis Goulet was published in Winnipeg by Les Editions Bois-Brules, The French arm of the Manitoba Metis Federation Press. The memoir, which was written down before Goulet’s death, was first published in 1976. An English translation by Ray Ellenwood was published by The Manitoba Metis Federation .

ARCHAMBAULT THEATRE COLLECTIVE – It Don’t Mean Nothing

The Archambault Theatre Collective of Canada is made up of men in the maximum-security prison in the province of Quebec.

DAVID ANNESLEY – Ten Drawings

David Annesley of Canada died in 1977, at the age of thirty-three. His work appeared in many international magazines and in an earlier issue of Exile. He was one of the country’s outstanding cartoonists.

MARILYN BOWERING – Five Poems

Marilyn Bowering of Canada has published several volumes of verse, including: The Killing Room, The One Who Became Lost. These five poems are taken from her book – Sleeping With Lambs.

TIMOTHY FINDLEY – Harper’s Bazaar

Timothy Findley of Canada is the author of several novels: The Butterfly Plague, The last of the Crazy People, and The Wars, from which an excerpt appeared in an earlier issue of Exile. The Wars, an international best-seller, has been translated into several languages.

LUDWIG ZELLER – Alphacollage

Ludwig Zeller of Canada has published several surrealist texts, including, Woman in Dream, When The Animal Rises From The Deep The Head Explodes, and Wanderers In The Mandala. The Alphacollage has been published by the Porcupine’s Quill (Erin, Ontario) in a splendid limited edition which has won a New York Art Director’s Award.

ROBIN SKELTON – Three Poems

Robin Skelton of Canada is a poet, editor and man of letters. His books include: Selected Poems, The Poetic Truth, Because of Love, The Poet’s Calling, The Hunting Duck.

HELEN FRENCH – Charlie’s Chair

Helen French of Canada is a playwright. Charlie’s Chair is her first published play.

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