An issue on 'polymorphous translation' edited by Catriona Strang and Ted Byrne, features an interview with Jean-Christophe Cloutier, Lisa Robertson's translations of Pascal Poyet, Steve Savage’s translations of Louis Cabri, Reitha Pattison's translations of the Comtessa de Dia, new works by Sonnet L’Abbé, Renée Sarojini Saklikar, Anne Tardos and others, critical writings and reviews by David Marriott, Anahita Jamali Rad and Danielle LaFrance, the winning entry of our 'Translate & Transform' contest and visual works by Deborah Koenker, Charlene Vickers, Rachelle Sawatsky and Tiziana La Melia.
An open issue that contains no nostalgia, guest-edited by listen chen, features work by Christopher Tubbs, Andrea Abi-Karam, Ambient Asian Space, Shane Book, Jamil Jan Kochai, Ya-Wen Ho, sidony o'neal, Lee Lai, Bug Cru, Raymond de Borja, Gwen Benaway, Afuwa, Dion Kaszas, Eli Howey, Jennie Duguay, Kai Rajala, Natasha Gauthier, Juliane Okot Bitek, Jennif(f)er Tamayo, José Vadi, Stacey Ho, Caroline Szpak, Kai Cheng Thom, Carmen Faye Mathes, Cam Scott, and Samantha Nock.
A 'burning house' issue edited by Andrea Actis, features work by Hannah Black, listen chen, Jordan Abel, Oki Sogumi, Maged Zaher, Sarah Riggs, Jen Currin, and many others; artwork by sab meynert, Ahmad Salaj, Trevor Shikaze, and Winnie T. Frick; and review essays by David Geary, Natalie Knight, and angela semple. The issue also includes kevin martins mcpherson eckhoff’s and Monroe Lawrence’s (tied!) winning entries to TCR’s Sixth Annual Robin Blaser Poetry Award competition, judged by Aisha Sasha John.
A collaboration between The Capilano Review and Presentation House Gallery, 'Eye to Eye' features close to fifty writers responding to exactly thirty-five photographs curated from the collection of Andrew Gruft and Claudia Beck. Presented as part of PHG's recent exhibition Eye to Eye, the photographs, books, and media art by historical and contemporary artists range from iconic vintage prints and photography books to recent photographic and moving picture works. With contributors invited to "play the part of the dramaturge, the essayist, the poet, the historian, the critic, or the jester," what we offer here is a (very) special issue decidedly stranger and differently illuminating from your standard exhibition catalogue.
With photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Learoyd, Daido Moriyama, Helen Levitt, Richard Maynard, Miroslav Tichý, Aaron Siskind, Robert Capa, Omar Victor Diop, Garry Winogrand, Xavier Miserachs, Otto Steinert, Hiroshi Watanabe, Lynne Cohen, August Sander, Robert Frank, Mike Grill, Scott McFarland, Eikoh Hosoe and Yukio Mishima, Michael Morris, Eugène Atget, Agustí Centelles, Katy Grannan, Stephen Waddell, Raymonde April, Peter Hujar, Bruce Davidson, Al McWilliams, Christos Dikeakos, Kevin Madill, and Anne Collier.