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Dishonour in Camp 133

by Wayne Arthurson


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Sergeant Neumann and the inmates of Camp 133 are back!

Death Becomes Us

by Kristen Wittman

Cattail Skyline

by Joanne Epp

a love song en plein air for the prairies

Nostalgia for Moving Parts

by Diane Tucker

hear and see the ephemeral in the eternal and the eternal in the ephemeral:

the moving parts of all our lives

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Douglas Barbour

Douglas Barbour is a professor in the Department of English, University of Alberta, where he teaches creative writing, modern poetry, Canadian Literature, and science fiction and fantasy. His critical books include studies of poets Daphne Marlatt, John Newlove, and bpNichol (all ECW Press 1992), and Michael Ondaatje (Twayne 1993). Volumes of poetry includeVisible Visions<:> Selected Poems (NeWest Press 1984),Story for a Saskatchewan Night (rdcpress 1989),Fragmenting Body etc (NeWest Press 2000) and, most recently,Lyric/Anti<->lyric (NeWest Press 2001).

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