Issue 3.27

Fall 2015

Editor: Andrea Actis

Issue 3.27 (Fall 2015) began as an open issue and somehow became both a bestiary and a beautiful-angry record of recent times and tensions in North American cultural politics. The issue features artwork by Ruth Cuthand, William Kentridge (in collaboration with poet Ingrid de Kok), Myfanwy MacLeod, and David Ogilvie; interviews with poets Dorothy Trujillo Lusk and Gustave Morin; and many other voices old and new: George Elliott Clarke, Hoa Nguyen, Chris Nealon, Cecily Nicholson, Natalie Knight, Colin Smith, Cam Scott, Tim Terhaar, Cole Swensen, and Gracie Leavitt (to name a few). The issue also features Natalie Helberg’s winning entry to The Capilano Review‘s 5th Annual Robin Blaser Award, reviews of Juliana Spahr, Nikki Reimer, and Enrique Vila-Matas, texts and pictures in memory of the beloved poet Peter Culley, and new translations by Erín Moure of Bolivian poets Emma Villazón and Andrés Ajens.

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David Ogilvie, Dream of Pan (One), 2015, pencil and fine line markers on illustration board, 41 × 51 cm
David Ogilvie, Dream of Pan (One), 2015, pencil and fine line markers on illustration board, 41 × 51 cm
Contributors

on c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city at MOA

on Alex Morrison & SFU's 50th Anniversary

reviews Juliana Spahr's That Winter the Wolf Came

on Enrique Vila-Matas' A Brief History of Portable Literature

reviews Nikki Reimer's DOWNVERSE

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