Toronto: Open Letter, 1986. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. Very Good. 270pp. Illustrated. Some light shelfwear, otherwise fine. Contributions include: Forward by PAUL DUTTON; bpNichol On the Train by GEORGE BOWERING; Metamorphosis by BOB COBBING; A Visit by ROBERT KROETSCH; The Seripress Collaborations: Nichol & Caruso by BARBARA CARUSO; From a Commonplace Book by THOMAS A. CLARK; Surviving the Paraph-raise by STEPHEN SCOBIE; bpNichol: Sonic Snapshots. Fragmentary Movements by STEVEN SMITH; Wizard Oil and Indian Sagwa by R.MURRAY SCHAFER; Paternal Body as Outlaw by LOLA LEMIRE TOSTEVIN; St. Rum by VICTOR COLEMAN; Book bells, slowly moving by DICK HIGGINS; Random Walking The Martyrology's Book V by RAFAEL BARRETO-RIVERA; for bpn by MARGARET AVISON; Soul Rising out of the Body of Language: Presence, Process and Faith in The Martyrology by BRIAN HENDERSON; bpNichol The Movies by MICHAEL ONDAATJE; Confronting Conventions: The Musical/Dramatic Works of bpNichol by PAUL DUTTON; Project For An Opera of the Twentieth Century G.S by JOHN BENTLEY MAYS; Addition to the Great Canadian Dictionary by EARLE BIRNEY; bpNichol: A Sonography by RICHARD TRUHLAR; letters for Nichol by JOHN RIDDELL; Drawing by ROSALIND GOSS; Exegesis/Eggs a Jesus: The Martyrology as a Text in Crisis by FRANK DAVEY; 2 by JIRI VALOCH; Three Exercises by JIRI VALOCH; B.P. Specific Writing by CHRISTOPHER DEWDNEY; Poems-Nocturnes by JOE ROSENBLATT; Poetry by LOUIS DUDEK; The Martyrology as Paragram by STEVE MCCAFFERY; UR L: on the autobiography of you by DAPHNE MARLATT; The Child in Him by SEAN O'HUIGIN; Some Notes in Progress about a Work in Process: bpNichol's The Martyrology by DOUGLAS BARBOUR; now they found th wagon cat in human body by BILL BISSETT; Briefly, To Martyr and Suffer by GERRY SHIKATANI; The Mutual Friend by BRAIN DEDORA; Music at the Heart of Thinking: Journeying & the Returns by FRED WAH; bpNichol: Some Notes on Myth by DAVID DONNELL; Could've Been by SHARON THESEN; Notes toward a beepliography by JW CURRY; A Classical Symphony in 4 Movements 4bpNicol (sound poem) by CHARLES MORROW.
DUTTON, Paul; SMITH, Steven [eds]: OPEN LETTER 6:5-6. Read the Way He Writes: A Festschrift for bpNi
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