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Dk/Some Letters of Ezra Pound

Edited by Louis Dudek
By Ezra Pound

From the early 1950s through 1968, poet and pre-eminent man of letters, Louis Dudek, maintained a lengthy, varied, and always stimulating correspondence with that irascible genius, Ezra Pound. Here, reproduced in all their remarkable idiosyncracy, are Pound's letters to his ... Read more

In Flux

By Roy Miki

The politics of difference, mired in the violence of colonial history, are a dominant force in the socio-economic development of contemporary society as it strikes a balance between the acceptance of new cultures, and the absorption and gentrification of them. In this collection ... Read more

J. J. Steinfeld

By George Elliott Clarke
Edited by Sandra Singer

A critical look at PEI writer J. J. Steinfeld's extensive and prolific writings in poetry, fiction and theatre, ranging from his early work on Holocaust themes to his later examinations of absurdity and existentialism. Among the contributors: Raina L. Shults, Michael Greenstein, ... Read more

Living Language and Dead Reckoning

By Edward J. Chamberlin

In this highly personal essay, Ted Chamberlin asks some old, old questions such as "why do we need stories and songs?" Turning frequently to First Nations people, he looks at their culture and asks what it means to listen. In response, he notes that we take great pleasure in ... Read more

Monet's Garden

By John Lent

"...John Lent has written a book of tender short stories which carries the kind of insight that encourages the reader to read on. His use of detail including the familiarity of Western Canadian landmarks creates an introspective that draws out aspects of Canadian culture ... Read more

Nights in the Yungas

By Stephen Henighan

At a time when North American writers prefer to probe the depths of individual angst and uncertainty, Henighan has unabashedly chosen to tell stories that tackle sociopolitical issues. "They are refreshingly political, especially when they reflect the ideological contradictions ... Read more


By Alex Good

Revolutions is the first book-length critical survey of twenty-first-century Canadian fiction, with in-depth essays examining subjects such as the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the effects of the digital revolution, and the dark legacy of what has come to be known as the Canadian ... Read more

Servile Ministers

By Michael Neill

In his 2003 Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture, Michael Neill takes us deep into the cultural complexities of Shakespeare's world. With special attention to the two plays Othello and King Lear, Neill explores the various Elizabethan meanings surrounding the concept of "service."In ... Read more