Issue 3.23

Spring 2014: Languages

We translate into our language
to rewrite our language

Editor: Jenny Penberthy

The LANGUAGES issue features over 50 contributors with new work by Jordan Abel, Rachel Zolf, Christian Bök, Erín Moure, George Stanley, and many others; a conversation between Christopher Butterfield and Donna Zapf about language, music, and translation; a conversation between Colin Browne and Ian Wallace about poems by Guillaume Apollinaire and Blaise Cendrars that refer to Vancouver; text-based art from Allyson Clay, Cathy Busby, Garry Neill Kennedy, Rebecca Brewer, and Margaux Williamson.

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Allyson Clay, GroundSplatPink, 2013, oil on linen, 24 x 30 cm
Allyson Clay, GroundSplatPink, 2013, oil on linen, 24 x 30 cm

Rodopsin bop voluptuary: Virtualis, Christine Stewart and David Dowker (Bookthug 2013)

Visiting Yeats (1932)

Review of Cathy Busby’s Steve’s Vinyl (Pile Driver Editions / Visual AIDS 2013)

Not a curse, nor a bargain, but a hymn

Pauline, a new opera by Margaret Atwood and Tobin Stokes

Wade Guyton’s inkjets, Liz Magor’s Marks

Lisa Robertson’s Thinking Space (Organism for Poetic Research 2013)

Audio-visual Translation: Seeing Voice and Hearing Space in SpokenWeb’s PoetryLab App

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