Number 101

Issue 101 (February 2018)

Contents:

What’s Old
Notable CanLit reissues and offerings from the country’s antiquarian booksellers

  • A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder by James De Mille; The Desert of the Heart
    by Jane Rule; What Is to Be Done? by Mavis Gallant; The Convict Lover: A True Story by Merilyn Simonds; Street of Riches by Gabrielle Roy, Trans. Henry Binsse

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

  • Starting in on W.E.D. Ross
    by Brian Busby

POETRY

  • Two Poems
    by Madhur Anand

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

  • A Response to Max Beerbohm’s “Three Vices of Canadian Poetry”
    by Samuel Johnson

CNQ ABROAD

FEATURES

THE ANTIQUARIUM
A series of interviews with Canada’s used-book sellers

  • Vol. 7: Peter Sellers
    by Jason Dickson

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

  • Sheila Heti’s How Should a Person Be?
    by Dakota McFadzean

REREADING

  • Partings, Welded Together Dickens’ “Great Expectations”
    by Colette Maitland
  • Body of Work: An Almost Visible Trajectory
    The fiction of Russell Smith
    by Rebecca Rosenblum

FICTION

  • “Where to Send the Dogs”
    by Penn Javdan

USED AND RARE

  • You Are What You Read
    On building a personal library
    by David Mason

REVIEWS

EXHUMATIONS

  • Earl Schneider’s Know Your Monkey
    by Stephen Fowler