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  • Volume 24, NO.4, Winter 2003


    This issue includes poetry by the late Marvin Francis, fiction by Catherine Egan, and non-fiction by Charlene Diehl-Jones. Cover image: Reunion by William Eakin

  • VOLUME 24, NO.3, Fall 2003

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    Di Brandt: Berlin Notes

    This issue includes a short tribute to Carol Shields, poetry by George Amabile and K.V. Skene, fiction by Leon Rooke and Jessica Grant, and an essay by Di Brandt about her time in Berlin. Cover image: Photograph of Di Brandt

  • Volume 24, NO.2, Summer 2003


    This issue features the prize-winning stories, poems and articles of our 2002 writing contests – fiction judged by Robert Kroetsch, creative non-fiction judged by Pamela Banting, and the Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Award judged by Catherine Hunter– along with other writing. Cover: Photos courtesy of Andris Taskaus

  • Volume 24, NO.1, Spring 2003


    Hirsch Award Winners

    This issue includes poetry by the late Patrick O’Connell, fiction by Melissa Steele and non-fiction by Alissa York. Cover image: House of Tea (detail) by Esther Warkov

  • Volume 23, No.4, Winter 2002


    Carol Shields: An Interview

    This issue includes an interview with Carol Shields, poetry by Kristjana Gunnars, and a story by David Bezmozgis that went on to win a silver medal at the National Magazine Awards. Cover: Photograph of Carol Shields; cover design by Doowah Design, Inc.

  • Volume 23, NO.3, Fall 2002


    Sandra Birdsell: New Story, New Interview

    This issue features Tim Lilburn’s 2001 Anne Szumigalski Memorial Lecture, “Poetry’s Practice of Philosophy,” and includes an interview with and a story by Sandra Birdsell, a sequence of four stories by Mike Barnes, and poetry by Lynnette D’anna. Cover image: Photograph of Sandra Birdsell by Debra Mosher

  • Volume 23, NO.2, Summer 2002


    Summer Fiction

    This issue includes fiction by Sherri Vanderveen, poetry by Jennica Harper and a tribute by Ariel Gordon to Timothy Findley. Cover image: Photograph by G.N. Louise Jonasson

  • Volume 23, NO.1, Spring 2002


    This issue features the prize-winning stories, poems and articles of our 2001 writing contests – fiction judged by Rudy Wiebe and the Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Award judged by Patricia Young – along with work by Jack Ludwig, Rudy Wiebe, Tanis MacDonald and Karen Solie. Cover image: Photos of Di Brandt, Jack Ludwig and Rudy Wiebe

  • Volume 22, NO.4, Winter 2001


    This issue features the winners of the 2000 personal journalism contest, judged by Debbie Keahey, and includes travel writing by JoAnn Dionne, stories by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer and Ramona Dearing, and poetry by Lori Cayer. Cover: The earliest round elevator in Manitoba, Canada: Niverville, 1879 by Richard Yates.

  • Volume 22, NO.3, Fall 2001


    First Voices, First Words

    Titled “First Voices, First Words,” this special issue on Aboriginal writing and art was edited by Thomas King (text) and Catherine Mattes (images). It includes work by Gregory Scofield, Jordan Wheeler, Lee Maracle, Marilyn Dumont, Tomson Highway, Richard Van Camp, Doug Nepinak and Basil Johnston, among many others. Cover image: To God Be the Glory (detail) by Kent Monkman

  • Volume 22, NO.2, Summer 2001


    Flaming Prairies: the queer issue

    This issue consists of two separate books: “Flaming Prairies: the queer issue” was edited by Robert Gray and includes work by Chandra Mayor, Darrin Hagen and Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan. Cover: Moving (detail) by Doug Melnyk The general issue includes the winners of the 2000 fiction contest, judged by David Bergen, and an interview with Jack Hodgins. Cover: Water Works (detail) by Don Reichert

  • Volume 22, NO.1, Spring 2001


    David Arnason

    Most of this issue is devoted to the life and work of David Arnason, guest-edited by Douglas Reimer and including pieces by Meeka Walsh, Pat Sanders and W.D. Valgardson. It also features winners of the 2000 Bliss Carman Poetry Award writing contest, judged by David Arnason. Cover: Photo of David Arnason at the ruins of his ancestors’ turf house in Iceland