Number 89

The Montreal Issue (#89, Winter/Spring 2014)

Contents:

THE DUSTY BOOKCASE
A casual exploration of Canada’s suppressed, ignored, and forgotten literature

  • Montreal’s Post-War Pulp:
    A Brief Introduction (with Bonus Checklist!)
    by Brian Busby

FEATURES

  • Anglo by Marko Sijan
  • The Mountain by Asa Boxer
  • My Montreal by Robyn Sarah
  • At Home with Peter Van Toorn by Meaghan Acosta
  • In Studio with Leopold Plotek by Michael Carbert
  • From Double to Quadruple Exile:
    A Providential Disregard
    by Donald McGrath
  • A Community in the Rough by Cory Lavender
  • Smoky Valley Reprieve by Jesse Eckerlin
  • An Evening with David Homel and Asa Boxer
    by Marko Sijan
  • Je Rêve de Bobby Orr by Elisa Romano
  • The Mystique of the Lone Wolf Cabby by Trevor Ferguson
  • Crossing Over Russell Marois by Elisabeth Gill
  • “So What [Are We] Doing Here?”:
    At Home with Mary Harman and Norm Sibum
    by Michael Carbert
  • Commencement by Norm Sibum

THE NORTH WING
Selections from the Lost Library of CanLit graphic novels

FICTION

  • You Seem a Little Bit Sad by Kathleen Winter

USED AND RARE

  • Remembering Irving by David Mason

REVIEWS

  • Mark Sampson on Douglas Glover’s Savage Love
  • JC Sutcliffe on Jennifer LoveGrove’s Watch How We Walk
  • Bill Coyle on Robyn Sarah’s Digressions: Prose Poems, Collage Poems, and Sketches

CNQ COLLECTION

  • On Peter Van Toorn’s “Mountain Leaf”
    by Zachariah Wells