Number 98

Number 98 (Winter 2017)

Contents:

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

  • Ayn’s House of Dreams
    by Brian Busby

POETRY

FEATURES

  • “Bemused and Embattled: An Author Questions the Creative Process”
    by Marianne Apostolides
  • “The Neal Cassady of New France:
    Was Etienne Brulé Canada’s Greatest Explorer?”
    by Jim Christy
  • “Unwanted Parts:
    Class Unconsciousness in Debris and Waste
    by André Forget
  • “A Farm of One’s Own:
    May Sarton and the Burden of Solitude”
    by Dilia Narduzzi
  • “Missed Connections” by Leone Brander
  • “The Three Vices of Canadian Poetry”
    by Max Beerbohm
  • “Paris Confessions” by Deborah Dundas

FIRST READING

Surfacing Resurfaces by Emily M. Keeler

REREADING

  • “An Animal Affair:
    Crawling Back to Marian Engel’s Bear
    by Richard Kelly Kemick

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

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

FICTION

USED AND RARE

  • “Bibliographical Journeys:
    The Bookseller as Saviour”
    by David Mason

REVIEWS

EXHUMATIONS

  • Berlitz Illustrations, presented by Stephen Fowler