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January 29, 2010 Literature & Ideas

January Books

New works by Nickerson and Bolano, and a collaborative effort by Campbell, Boyd, and Culbert

December 28, 2009 Literature & Ideas

December Books

New works by Hall, Rogers and With

October 13, 2009 Literature & Ideas

October Books

New works by Holbrook & Holtz, translation by Rexroth

May 24, 2009 Literature & Ideas

May Books

New work by Connolly, new release by Green

October 19, 2008 Literature & Ideas

October Books

New works by Bolaño, Lerch and Ohle

September 3, 2008 Literature & Ideas

September Books

New works by Venart and Stiles

May 14, 2008 Literature & Ideas

May Books

New works by Wickers, Vuong-Riddick, Boyko and Bryan

March 4, 2008 Literature & Ideas

March Books

New works by Trussler, Adamson, Snider, and Friedman

February 24, 2008 Literature & Ideas

February Books

New works by MacArthur, Armstrong, McPherson and Glenn

January 9, 2008 Literature & Ideas

January Books

New works by Dixon, Barlow, Moure, and Murray

July 21, 2007 Literature & Ideas

August Books

New works by Rhodes, Lebowitz, Henderson, and Nickel

May 27, 2007 Literature & Ideas

June Books

A review of Tyrannosaurus Rex Versus the Corduroy Kid

May 7, 2007 Literature & Ideas

May Books

Plays by Amiel Gladstone, poems by Susan Elmslie, Tanya Chapman's King, and Creamsicle Stick Shivs by John Stiles

March 29, 2007 Literature & Ideas

February Books

February 23, 2007 Literature & Ideas

March Books

August 15, 2006 Literature & Ideas

September Books

septcover_web.jpgTrafford, Taylor and Henderson review new works by O'Donnel, Hartog and Ewart.

June 26, 2006 Literature & Ideas

July Books

julyreview_fp.jpgTrafford, Hart, Simmers and Besner review new works by Mérot, Hage, Bowling and Friesen.

May 24, 2006 Literature & Ideas

June Books

JuneReview_fp.jpgHenderson, Trafford, Taylor and Besner review new works by McCluskey, Sanger, Babstock and Starnino.

April 21, 2006 Literature & Ideas

May Books

mayreview_fp.jpgHenderson, Trafford, Taylor and Besner review new works by Frangione, Queyras , Coles and Haley.

April 4, 2006 Literature & Ideas

April Books

review-cover.jpgBesner and Trafford review new works by Crosbie and Noteboom

January 31, 2006 Literature & Ideas

February Books

FebReview_fp.jpgBesner, Henderson and Bryce review new work by Warner, Prince, Redhill, and Dey.

December 1, 2005 Literature & Ideas

December Books

cover_fp2.jpgBesner, Henderson, Taylor and Trafford review new work by Solie, Terpstra, Seymour, and deBeyer.

October 11, 2005 Literature & Ideas

October Books

booksoct05_fp.jpg Besner, Trafford, Lefebvre and Grant review new work by McBride, Walsh, Brown, and Allen.

August 27, 2005 Literature & Ideas

September Books

sept05books.jpg Besner, Svec, Trafford and Fraser review new work by Leckie, Brossard, Sands-Brodoff and Lau

June 14, 2005 Literature & Ideas

June Books

raderbook_fp.jpg Besner, Trafford and Peters review new work by Jan Zwicky, Michael Kenyon, Yvette Nolan and Matt Rader.

May 6, 2005 Literature & Ideas

May Books

may05_review_fp.jpg Trafford, Grant, Henderson and Corry review new work by Heather Simeney, Judith Thompson, Sheila Heti and Marci Denesiuk

April 12, 2005 Literature & Ideas

April Books

april2005.jpg Besner, Trafford and Henderson review new work by James Grainger, Donna Kane, Élise Turcotte, and Deanna Kent-McDonald.

March 2, 2005 Literature & Ideas

Books, March 2005

march05_fp.jpg Brubacher, Besner, Trafford and Deen review new books by Suzuki, Sinclair, Williams and Field.

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