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No. 222 (Winter 2005)

Contents: 

Editorial
Tribute to Kay Smith
5        William Prouty:  Kay Smith, A Tribute
9        Kay Smith:  Again with Music
          White Paper Face in the Window

Fiction
15       Bill Shin:  Mr. Park
30       Toni Graham:  Heaven's Gate
60       Larry Brown:  The Right Pieces

Poetry 
25       Crystal Hurdle: Sculptress
26       Michael Quilty: concession fog
27       Blaise Moritz: Richmond Hill Memorial Service
29       Hendrik Slegtenhorst: Sinfonia Concertante
46       Leo Brent Robillard: Pietra Bruna
47       Weston Cutter: Fix Infinity
48       Beth Kope: Forecast
50       Suzanne McLean: Two Poems
52       Paul Sohar: Sand Bath
53       Zsofia Balla: I'll Tell You What War Is Like
54       Amy Borkwood: vendetta
56       Elizabeth Bachinsky:Three Poems
70       Sandra Lynn Lynxleg: Bear on a Head of a Pin
72       Monty Reid: from The Luskville Reductions

Conversation 
82       In Conversation: Brian Bartlett, Ross Leckie and Anne Simpson Discuss Jan Zwicky's Wisdom & Metaphor

Reviews
105      M. Travis Lane:  "Ravishing Drift"
            The Dwelling of Weather, Hilary Clark
107       John Lofranco: "Bunked With an Old Piano"
            On Abducting the Cello, Wayne Clifford
109      Nancy Bauer: Coming Up True
            Driving to Our Edge, Robert Gibbs
112      Warren Heiti: Mirror in Mirror: Sue Sinclair's Meditations on Light and Time
            Mortal Arguments and The Drunken Lovely Bird, Sue Sinclair
117      Paula Thomas: Naked & Beautiful  a Rarefied Delight
            So Beautiful, Ramona Dearing
            Degrees of Nakedness, Lisa Moore
118      Sue Sinclair: In Praise of Coldness
            Somewhere, a Fire, Donna Kane 
              
122      Notes on Contributors 

Cover
Stephen Scott
Boy with Drum
85 x 140 cm. Oil on canvas.
Private Collection.

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