Canadian Poetry Press
9th Mar 2020Posted in: Canadian Poetry Press, Volumes 0
Volume Nos. 80 & 81 Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter 2017

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Title Page
Acknowledgements, Copyright
Table of Contents, Abbreviations


by David A. Kent


Two Essays by Margaret Avison

“I Wish I Had Known . . . that I couldn’t have my cake and eat it”

“. . . At Least We Are Together”


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Unsettled with Margaret Avison
by Stan Dragland

The Weight
by George Bowering

Margaret: Snapshots
by Joan Eichner

Margaret Avison’s Metaphoric Annunciation
by Jeffery Donaldson

“A Word Fitly Spoken”
by Don McKay

The Widow’s Mote: Rondeau Redoublé for Margaret Avison
by Mia Anderson

A Right Self-Effacement: The Holy Ghost and Margaret Avison’s Poetry
by John C. Van Rys

margaret avison
by bill bissett

Being with Margaret
by Anne Corkett

Learning from Margaret Avison
by Tim Lilburn

“I Will Write!”
by William Aide

by Robyn Sarah

Stinging Nettle
by Ken Babstock

Family Likenesses: recognizing the features of the poems of Listening
by Gordon Johnston

Meeting Margaret Avison
by Maureen Scott Harris

After Avison
by Jill Jorgenson

“This is about me”: A Consideration of Spirituality and Desire in Avison’s Poems
by Elizabeth Davey

Margaret Avison and Knox Church, 1963-2000
by Don MacLeod

Living and Listening: the environmental vision in Avison’s final collection”
by Katherine M. Quinsey

Bibliography of Margaret Avison, 1987-2017
by Graham H. Jensen

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