Number 97

Fall 2016

Contents:

The Landscape

What’s Old

Editor’s Note

The Dusty Bookcase

  • Ted Allan’s Non-Stop Family Theatre by Brian Busby

Poetry

  • Two Poems by Mark Callanan
  • Two Poems by Laura Ritland

First Reading

  • Beautiful Losers: Fifty Years Later, Leonard Loses His Erection by Anakana Schofield

Features

  • Where Love is Lovely, Not Lonely: On a Poem of P.K. Page by Bruce Whiteman
  • The Sunken Kingdom by Peter Dubé
  • Canon Confessions by Shane Neilson
  • Diminuendo by Colette Maitland
  • My Journey Towards (and with) Quebec by Patricia Smart

The Antiquarium: a series of interviews with Canada’s used book sellers

  • Vol. 3: Nelson Ball interviewed by Jason Dickson

The North Wing: selections from the lost library of CanLit graphic novels

  • Margaret Laurence’s The Stone Angel by Diane Obomsawin

Rereading

  • Let us Now Praise, Let us Now Praise by Amanda Jernigan

CNQ Abroad

  • Discovering Catalunya by Patricia Robertson

Fiction

  • The Wolf Expert by Shaena Lambert

Used and Rare

  • Secrets of the Book Trade: Books as Symbols by David Mason

Reviews

  • Genevieve Pettersen’s The Goddess of Fireflies and Karoline Georges’ Under the Stone by JC Sutcliffe
  • Nathan Whitlock’s Congratulations on Everything by Alison Gillmor

Exhumations

  • Jack McLaren’s Let’s All Hate Toronto by Stephen Fowler