Issue 3.33

Fall 2017

Editor: Catriona Strang

An open issue edited by Catriona Strang, features fresh new writing from Sria Chatterjee, Liz Howard, Reg Johanson, Angela Jennifer Lopes, Jordan Abel, Kevin Davies, Daphne Marlatt, Annie Ross, Roger Farr, Lise Downe, and Brian Dedora, a collaboration between Ted Byrne & Kim Minkus, artwork by Edgar Heap of Birds, Angela Teng, and Michelle Sylliboy, as well as a special thirstDays folio, featuring documentation from the monthly series and a conversation between curators Elisa Ferrari, Tarah Hogue, and Jayce Salloum. All of this plus Christine Riek’s winning entry to TCR’s 7th annual Robin Blaser competition, judged by Wayde Compton, and responses by Colin Smith, Julie Joosten and Colin Browne.


Editor's Note

This Nocturne Went Summer

a titan bearing many a legitimate grievance

Three Poems

Five Poems

l'heure bleue

Six images

from Ballads in Jargon (after Villon)

Mystery Train

thirst days: "love intimacy + (com)passion" in difficult times

The Art of Reconciliation

Five Poems

when we fall, we fall hard

Beige Copy #64

Four Poems

from "Red Ink Letters"


"You Can Do Anything" : A review of the 2016 American Electoral Zeitgeist, Plus a Poetry Kit for Coping

Reading 'Reading Sveva'

Unfinished Business: Louis Riel and the Song of Skateen

COVER: thirstDays No. 02: The Length of Grief

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