• OPEN LETTER 13:6 New Canadian Poetries
McLENNAN, Rob [Ed]. OPEN LETTER 13:6 New Canadian Poetries. Strathroy: Open Letter, 2008. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 147pp. Contributions include: To All the (Cow) Girls I've Loved, Before by NICOLE MARKOTIC; The Records Spun My Lonesomeness: A Short Essay on David McGimpsey's "Ancient Rock Mythology" by ALLESSANDRO PORCO; Interview with Adeena Karasick by ROB MCLENNAN; Transcending Hyperspecificty: Bill Kennedy's Apostrophe by ADAM SEELIG; Will You Play?: A Discussion of Play-in-process and Work-in-progress, Ja = Nine: Scrabbalah by JILL HARTMAN; Stuttering Continuity (or Like it's 1999): An Interview with Lisa Robertson at Cambridge by MARK COCHRANE; You Don't Adapt to an Avalanche: Gerald Creed's Ambit as Working-Class Writing by DONATO MANCINI; That Which Is Called Nothing Is Found Only in Women's Magazines: My Reading of Karen Mac Cormack's At Issue by KEVIN MCPHERSON ECKHOFF; Linguistic Fragmentation as Political Intervention in Calgarian Poetries by DEREK BEAULIEU; A Body in Flux: Lisa Robertson's The Weather by COLIN MARTIN; Canon Fodder: A Correspondence Between JAY MILLAR and TIM CONLEY; Here Comes the Violence: Poetry, the Mass Media, and Damian Lopes Sensory Deprivation by JONATHAN BALL; Nausea by MAX MIDDLE

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