Issue 3.08

Spring 2009: Moodyville Issue

Editor: Jenny Penberthy, Helga Pakasaar

Co-produced with Presentation House Gallery

Multiple perspectives on the history and culture of North Vancouver. Michael Turner on Malcolm Lowry, Gary Geddes on the Second Narrows Bridge, Daphne Marlatt on her North Van childhood, Robert Kleyn on North Van Modernist architecture.

Print: $10

Total: $0.00





Contributors

Five North Vancouver Trees

An Excerpt from Moodyville, 1969-76

from The Given

Fourth Walk

Koocheyee Shahreza

The North Vandals: A Conversation

Laughter on 3rd Street

Rewriting Lowry for Lowry

Looking for the Utopian

Maplewood Mudflats Documents

Kingfisher Annex: an excerpt

The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Binner

Moodyville

Landscaping Form, Space, and Time

Trees without Flowers

House of Sulphur: An Extended Derive

"Igniting the mercurial": A Conversation about North Vancouver Culture

Proving Ground for Modernity

Hybrid Ground/Grouse Grind

Riding the Shore

In the Wilds of the Art World: Riverside Drive

Dorothy Livesay in North Vancouver

Bridging the Narrows: Notes on Falsework

North Van Farsi

Moodyville: Tweet This, Digg it, Add to del.icio.us, Stumble it.

Cover: Paintball Landscape Series #14 (detail), 2008, Chromogenic print on Kodak Endura Paper, 49.5 x 59 inches. Courtesy the artist and Republic Gallery, Vancouver

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