Issue 1.8/1.9

Fall 1975

1.8 / 1.9

Interviews with N.E. Thing Co – Iain and Ingrid Baxter, co-presidents of N.E. Thing Co;
with bpNichol; and with Sheila Watson following her reading at Cap.

Writing by Lewis Ellingham, Jack Spicer, Robin Blaser, Robert Duncan, Maxine Gadd, Penny Chambers, Chris Dewdney, and others.

A companion to this issue, ti-TCR 8, is available here.

The Capilano Review gives special thanks to Shelley Roberts and Christine Walford, who, through funds provided by the UP Program, worked on the magazine this year as Editorial Assistant and Business Manager respectively. Without their consistently fine work the magazine could not have functioned nearly so well, nor could this issue have been so well prepared for the printers. Unfortunately, the LIP funding runs out this summer. We will miss Shelley and Christine badly: we wish them all the best.

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Robert Minden, Mother & Children Sardis, B.C.
Robert Minden, Mother & Children Sardis, B.C.
Contributors

PREFACE

Ada's Desire

The Outing

The More Little Mummy in the World

The Sewn Picture

A Film Script with Journal Entries & a Note

Portrait of an Artist as a Dinner Table

N.E. Thing Company Section

Mr. Peanut for Mayors

Playing the Stars

Painting the Lion from a Claw

Easter Sunday

Three Poems

Three Poems

Two Poems

Two Poems

Four Poems

Flemish Proverbs

Water Colours

First Snow Storm: Han-Shan

Two Poems

Symphony #5 in C# Minor, Adagio

Repquerimento

Six Poems

Three Poems

Two Poems

Three Poems

Garbage Nite: Seven Less Poems

from The Wounded Laurel

Three Poems

Three Poems

(Passages) Empedoklean Reveries

from The Martyrology

Boot-Case Drawings

An Interview with bp Nichol

Foothills Journal

An Interview with Sheila Watson

The Search for the True Cedar

Keeping the Green

Three Sculptures

COVER: Mother & Children Sardis, B.C.

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