An issue on Canadian Literature has been on the cards for a long time.
Volume 24 Issue 4
I first came into contact with Theodore Harris when I was given the opportunity to moderate “Art as a […]
— No language is neutral Derek Walcott To my students at the local university I announced that we would be […]
Between the ages of twenty-eight and forty-four, I lived for Montreal.
I am walking along 21st Street toward 11th Avenue to see one exhibition which takes place in three different art […]
The 2011 literary awards season is drawing to an end, with new stars such as Esi Edugyan and Patrick deWitt […]
I was first introduced to ghazals by my father.
Burning hot it keeps becoming, and Professor Ivor and I have been traipsing around the island.
Il était une fois un petit monstre très laid et très méchant, qui portait en lui des […]
Rana Bose (RB): Canadian Literature has been evolving in all directions. Literature out of a newer multicultural […]
Rope, A Tale Told in Prose and Verse by Louise Carson. Broken Rules Press, 2011, 53 pages I first […]
I don’t want to talk about what to read—that anyone can choose for themselves. What I want to talk about […]
Of late, I have been deluged with messages regarding the shifting of elephants from Toronto Zoo to the PAWS(Performing Animal […]
(Inspired by Robert Frost) If only I had enough pens, enough to write ghazals in my […]
[Please note that this piece was originally published in Poetry Quebec.
C’est en descendant de la montagne que je l’aperçus pour la première fois.
Canadian literature is as rich as its native children such as Joseph Boyden, who, Through Black Spruce, […]
IN THE WRITERS’ WORDS Conversations with Eight Canadian Poets, Laurence Hutchman, Guernica Press, Toronto-Buffalo-Lancaster (UK), 2011 The1950s in Canada […]
A deluge of water filled up the Sunday morning I went to see Varnam at the 35th edition of […]
Los Angeles, February 1972 Dear children: When I myself was a child, in Italy, and toured the country […]