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No. 229 (Autumn 2006)

Contents:

Editorial
5       Ross Leckie

Fiction
9       Margaret Sweatman: A White Hotel
31     Kevin A. Couture: Lost Valley
53     Nicholas Ruddock: How Eunice Got Her Baby
72     Michael Bryson: No One Wants to Be Next
87     Carol Bruneau: Combinations
102    Michael Rottman: Bronynosets

Poetry
18    Adam Dickinson: Three Poems
23    Nadine McInnis: Miasma Theory
24    Anne Shifrer: Two Poems
26    Tony DSouza: Vermeers The Letter
27    Andrew Sant: Two Poems
44    John Wall Barger: Random Ceremony #8 (Feast Alone at Cousins Diner)
45    Andrea MacPherson: at the Pigalle Metro
46    Ria Voros: For Marta in Geresdorf
48    Jannie Edwards: Two Poems
50    Elise Partridge: Passages: Daughter and Mother
52    Maureen Hynes: Wedding, 1927
59    Rachel Lebowitz: Four Poems
63    Michael Quilty: Two Poems
69    Peter Richardson: Two Poems
78    Stephanie Yorke: Coronet Player
79    Desmond Graham: Two Poems
82    Shane Rhodes: Within the Limits Herein Defined: A Found Poem
84    Karen Enns: Foresight
85    Amber Dawn Upfold: At Night, Alone
86    Chris Banks: Culling Song
93    Samantha Marcelo: Two Poems
95    Hillel Schwartz: Found
96    Christopher A. Taylor: Facing North
98    David Barrick: A Dove On January 22
100  Sachiko Murakami: Two Poems

Reviews
112    Bill Bauer:...not explicitly generalized
          Eyehill, Kelly Cooper
114    M. Travis Lane: Contemporary in the Best Sense
          Change in a Razor-Backed Season, Michael DeBeyer
116    Helen Fogwill Porter: Unique and Unrestrained
          Bishops Road, Catherine Safer
118    Michael Lockett: Shared Objects
          Splitting Off, Triny Finlay
120    Robert Gibbs: An Invigorating Sense of Shared Loss
          Beautiful Veins, Joseph Sherman

126     Notes on Contributors 

Cover
Stephen May
Lemon the Canary in Death

 

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