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January 26, 2005 Arts

Description and Excess

Review Editor Linda Besner talks to Montreal poet and critic Carmine Starnino about description and the fear of misappellation.

An interview with Carmine Starnino

January 12, 2005 Literature & Ideas

Books, January 2005

Besner, Trafford, Henderson and Janes review new work by Nathan Dueck, Sina Queyras, K.I. Press, and Deb Abbey

December 19, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, December 2004

Besner, Trafford and Bernston review new work by Antonine Maillet, Geoffrey Cook, Josh Macdonald, and Larry Lynch.

November 6, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, November 2004

Linda Besner reviews new books by Grant, Nepveu and Levin. Matthew Trafford reviews Arthur Motyer's What's Remembered.

September 30, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, September 2004

Linda Besner reviews new work by Lisa Pasold, Cecilia Kennedy, Darlene Madott and Aislinn Hunter

August 25, 2004 Literature & Ideas

Books, August 2004

Linda Besner reviews new poetry from Adeena Karasick, Alexandra Leggat, David Helwig and a recently translated play by Michel Marc Bouchard.

Written On Water

January 13, 2004 Arts

An open letter to the National Magazine Awards Foundation

I am writing to express my disappointment at your decision to eliminate the poetry category in the National Magazine Awards. It seems to me that in doing so you are not only turning your back on the literary magazines that form an important part of your constituency, you are turning your back on journalistic tradition. - by Amanda Jernigan -

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