Canadian Poetry Press
Volume No. 68 Spring/Summer 2011
24th Jul 2015Posted in: Canadian Poetry Press, Volumes 0
Volume No. 68 Spring/Summer 2011

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Title Page
Acknowledgements, Copyright
Table of Contents


Rummagings, 10: “Because It’s Gone”: Chorley Park in Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces
by D.M.R. Bentley
**Note: The previous numbers of “Rummagings” appear in Canadian Poetry 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 61, 63, 65, and 66.


Poetry and Polemics: The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets in Jacques Ferron’s La Nuit
by Susan M. Murphy

My Canada is Still Unborn: Nation, Region, and the Politics of Poetics in British Columbia, 1918-1945
by Forrest D. Pass

Andrew Parkin’s Poetry—Landscapes, Cityscapes, Cultures
by Jack Stewart

Searching for the Lyrics: Bill Kennedy and Darren Wershler-Henry’s Apostrophe
by Holly Dupej


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A Source for Isabella Valancy Crawford’s “The Camp of Souls”
by Len Early


How Many Postmodernists Does It Take?
by Tim Conley

The Multitalented Margaret Atwood
by Brooke Pratt


Addition to Texts and Contexts Series: Collected Short Stories of Isabella Valancy Crawford
Edited by Len Early and Michael Peterman

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