Canadian Literature

Volume 24 Issue 4

Life in America

I am walking along 21st Street toward 11th Avenue to see one exhibition which takes place in three different art […]

De-complexioned

  Burning hot it keeps becoming, and Professor Ivor and I have been traipsing around the island.

Le petit monstre

      Il était une fois un petit monstre très laid et très méchant, qui portait en lui des […]

Miles to go

  (Inspired by Robert Frost)       If only I had enough pens, enough to write ghazals in my […]

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    C’est en descendant de la montagne que je l’aperçus pour la première fois.

The Cat’s Table

      Canadian literature is as rich as its native children such as Joseph Boyden, who, Through Black Spruce, […]

“IN THE WRITERS’ WORDS…”

IN THE WRITERS’ WORDS Conversations with Eight Canadian Poets, Laurence Hutchman, Guernica Press, Toronto-Buffalo-Lancaster (UK), 2011   The1950s in Canada […]

Varnam

  A deluge of water filled up the Sunday morning I went to see Varnam at the 35th edition of […]