Issue 3.38

Spring 2019

 

another way of doing things has arrived, and it
brought company.

—Suzanne Morrissette

 

Edited by Fenn Stewart, this open issue features guest curator Suzanne Morrissette’s “Practices of Learning,” which includes and reflects on the work of Duane Linklater, Peter Morin, Ayumi Goto, and Tanya Lukin Linklater; interviews with poet/scholar Juliane Okot Bitek and artist/designer Evan Ducharme; excerpts from Jordan Wilson’s qeqən, a walking tour of Musqueam house posts at the University of British Columbia; poetry from Deanna Radford, Leanne Dunic, Catriona Strang, Natalie Simpson, and others; as well as reviews of recently published poetry and literary theory.

 

 

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Ayumi Goto, Tarah Hogue & Peter Morin, from this is not us, July 21, 2018. Portrait mask courtesy of Corey Bulpitt. Photograph by Rachel Topham, Vancouver Art Gallery.
Ayumi Goto, Tarah Hogue & Peter Morin, from this is not us, July 21, 2018. Portrait mask courtesy of Corey Bulpitt. Photograph by Rachel Topham, Vancouver Art Gallery.
Contributors

Review of if wants to be the same as is: Essential Poems of David Bromige by David Bromige

Review of Refuse: CanLit in Ruins by Hannah McGregor, Julie Rak, & Erin Wunker

Review of Anarchists in the Academy: Machines and Free Readers in Experimental Poetry by Dani Spinosa

Review of Mantis by David Dowker

Review of Duets by Ted Byrne

Review of My Heart Is a Rose Manhattan by Nikki Reimer

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