Issue 3.35

Spring 2018

TCR 3.35 (Spring 2018), an editorial collaboration between Fenn Stewart, Matea Kulić, and Catriona Strang, considers place and displacement in the unceded lands and waters sometimes known as Vancouver et al. Where are we? How did this here get here? And what does it demand of us? This special issue, funded in part by a City of Vancouver Special Project Grant, includes poetry by Mercedes Eng, Chelene Knight, T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss, and many others; interviews with Si’yam Lee Maracle, Larry Grant, Maxine Gadd, Trudy Rubenfeld, and Rhoda Rosenfeld; a feature on the restoration of the Blue Cabin by Jeremy Borsos; multimedia work by Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill, Karin Lee, and Fabiola Carranza; photography by Hiromi Goto and Clint Burnham; collaborative contributions by N.O.P.E. and the Belvedere Residents; an essay by Yoko Urata on Japanese-Canadian history in Kitsilano; and reviews by Meredith Quartermain and Michael Turner.

 

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Cover Image: Jeremy Borsos
Cover Image: Jeremy Borsos
Contributors

how it is

from Dear Current Occupant

"When you move to a new country, you learn their language" in conversation with Si'yam Lee Maracle

variations on the word

from Four Effigies for the End of Property: Preempt, Improve, The Highest and Best Use, Be Long

This is an urban story

Displacement #1, #4, & #5

Single Sentence Publishing

The Japanese-Canadian Community in Pre-World War II Kitsilano

Two Poems

from contrite

QueerSUM心

Organize Your Building

"We preserve the sounds in our language" : in conversation with Maxine Gadd, Rhoda Rosenfeld, and Trudy Rubenfeld

RESURGENCE

Art Worker's Guide to Post-Olympic Chinatown & Downtown Eastside

"If she's not following me, I'm following her" : in conversation with Maxine Gadd, Rhoda Rosenfeld, and Trudy Rubenfeld

Ode to Madeline Deighton

The Blue Cabin

Review of Sitting Shiva on Minto Ave, by Toots by Erín Moore

Review of Some End/ West Broadway by George Bowering and George Stanley

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