Number 92

Number 92 (Spring 2015)

Contents:

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

  • The Land of Afternoon: A Satire by Gilbert Knox
    by Brian Busby

POETRY

FEATURES

  • Writing the Necessary by Patricia Robertson
  • Intermittent Immortality by Jennifer A. Franssen
  • How to Learn to Read by Rebecca Rosenblum
  • Jimmy the Romanian Cross-Dresser by Stephen Henighan
  • The Language of Play by Kaspar Hartman
  • Shackled to a Corpse:
    The Long, Long Shadow of CanLit
    by Alex Good
  • This Charming Man by Shane Neilson

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

FICTION

USED AND RARE

  • Secrets of the Book Trade:
    The Rag-and-Bone Pickers
    by David Mason
  • Misadventures in the Book Trade
    by Michael Darling

REVIEWS

  • Laura Bast on Sue Goyette’s Ocean
  • Michel Basilières on Nancy Huston’s Black Dance
  • Nicholas Zacharewicz on David Cronenberg’s Consumed
  • Mark Sampson on Michael Crummey’s Sweetland
  • Melanie Janisse on Thomas King’s The Back of the Turtle
  • Kerry Clare on Mireille Silcoff’s Chez L’arabe
  • JC Sutcliffe on Mitiarjuq Nappaaluk’s Sanaaq and Naomi Fontaine’s Kuessipan

CNQ TIMELINE

  • On 1970 by John McFetridge

CNQ COLLECTIBLE

  • Lydia Kwa’s Ugly Daikon by Darryl Joel Berger