Issue 142

WAITING FOR THE RETURN: in which we sort out our collection of spoons and neckties, chase the bears that haunt us, find our long-lost writing voice, and learn to play guitar all over again

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Issue 141

TIME TO TALK OF MORE CHEERFUL THINGS: in which we find love at a Purim party, meet an Ethiopian filmmaker on the train, challenge an upstart student, and stand naked in front of the refrigerator.

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Issue 140

IN APPRECIATION OF OUR SPOTS: in which we get tangled up in our hair, wear far too much make-up, nurse a sick cat, and learn how to love our family.

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Issue 139

I'LL KNOW WHEN I GET THERE: In which we create a mask to begin a journey, find the soft spot in rejection, learn the hard truths at summer camp, and send a naked intruder packing

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Issue 138

THE TRICKERY OF SPRING: in which we eat French fries in Paris, translate the dead, run away with a movie star, and try not to go to the dogs

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Issue 137

A Good Polemic is Hard to Find: in which we doubt faith healers, reckon with the vision of Flannery O'Connor, Wrestle with religious lingo, and be thankful just to survive

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Issue 136

Do You Know Who I Am?: in which we connect with Kafka, cross thorny borders, learn to dive, skirt catastrophes, and lose at badminton.

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Issue 135

FALL INTO A NEW WORLD: In which you can shout profanities at drivers, take pictures in a photobooth, explore the myth of Persephone, and the ruins in France.

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Issue 134

THE CAGED AND THOSE WHO RUN AWAY: In which we search for Sasquatch, escape the Nazis, honour the dead, and celebrate second chances

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Issue 133

THE TENDENCY TO PATTERN: in which we buy a planet, seduce a washing machine, reconstruct a fire, and peek at a naked lady.

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Issue 132

WHAT COMES TO THE SURFACE: in which we flirt with a deserter, become seduced by a bunny suit, and reflect on how poetry teaches us to be human.

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Issue 131

WAR: AN UPHILL BATTLE: in which we return to the front, abandon the revolution, find new ways of remembering and more ways of forgetting

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Issue 130

THE SUM AND THE PARTS: in which we avoid a rabid raccoon, take advice from Jonathan Swift, meet our clone and find a date for your husband

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Issue 129

THE WILD AND UNWONTED: in which we sacrifice sock monkeys, escape roaming coyotes, find our tribe through tennis, and embrace bad poetry

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Issue 128

LIES AND APPROPRIATE TRUTHS: in which we stuff a hawk, embrace pain, get crushed by the violin, and take arms with a coke bottle

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Issue 127

WRESTLING WITH THE HUMOURS: in which Mike Barnes considers the state of wellness, Isabel Huggan stirs us with poetry, John Metcalf delivers a jeremiad and Vincent Lam gambles on a winner

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Issue 126

ALL AT SEA: in which we learn the care and keeping of frogs, swim waterways by proxy, cross oceans in cargo ships, run up gangways and sink under the weight of relationships.

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Issue 125

THE DISQUIET OF MEN: in which we skirt tragedy, watch marriages wither, and seek direction while riding the rails.

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Issue 124

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A COMPLICATED KIND: in which we feel the earth move beneath our feet, learn to say good-bye in so many ways, & collect the queen of all chess pieces.

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Issue 123

THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE: in which you can quit your day job, read trashy teen mags, dance with dogs, and hurl pumpkins at the moon.

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Issue 122

PEOPLE BEHAVING BADLY: in which we lie, cheat, drink too much brandy, consort with bears, disregard the pigs, and make much ado about muffins.

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Issue 121

KNOCK, KNOCK: Who's there? An estranged father, a former student, the man you aren't marrying, the sound effects man, a stranger rising as if out of the sea..

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Issue 120

LOVE IS ABROAD: in which our writers map love & loss in Arusha, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Lisbon, Rome, New York, Tokyo, Soweto, & St. Petersburg.

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Issue 118

SOMETHING ABOUT THE ANIMAL: In which we are gentled by horses, hogwashed by Joy, kissed like a comet–and rise from the dead.

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Issue 117

FATHERS, MOTHERS, LOVERS & OTHERS: in which we spend seven minutes in heaven, get ready for The Big One, and eat french fries in a light-hearted way.

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Issue 116

TO SEE AND BE SEEN: in which we stare at writers until they're uncomfortable, ponder soft-core pornography, commit petty crime, and witness a little cremation.

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Issue 115

ON THE ROAD: in which we witness a hit-and-run in Cambodia, cry on the Metro, talk slugs and Smurfs on the six-oh-four to Vancouver, and mourn the path untaken.

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Issue 114

TO LIST IS HUMAN: in which writer, collage artist and confirmed 'list addict' Diane Schoemperlen shows us the literary side of her obsession - fiction, poetry, art; versions, invocations, inventories and stuff to do.

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Issue 113

MATTERS OF THE HEART: of mourning and mothering, fetish poems and foreign territory, romantic invitations and plastic explosives

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Issue 112

TRAVELLERS IN A STRANGE LAND: in which John Metcalf visits the museum at the end of the world, Carrie Snyder dives in the dark, and Shoshanna Wingate walks on the other side of the tracks.

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Issue 111

I THINK I SHOULD GO HOME: in which we play 'what if' with Amy Jones, deliver the news with Trevor Cole, and miss Paris with Lyse Champagne

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Issue 107

THE SALON DES REFUSÉS: in which we crash the party of a famous flightless bird (can you spot him on the cover?), take over the drawing room and break out our favourite break-through stories.

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Issue 105

ADVENTURES IN VERSE: in which Souvankham Thammavongsa is found, Jeffery Donaldson enters with puck, Madhur Anand writes a prize-worthy poem on a napkin, and we meet a passel of poets, a snicker of critics

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Issue 101

ARTIST AS ACTIVIST: River Reciprocity by Basia Irland; Joseph Boyden talks shop with Bruce Johnstone; On the road with Nicola Ross in coffee country; Cultural integrity in a small arts town by Anne De Grace; Charlene Diehl goes soul mining with Jazz on Wheels' Steve Kirby, and much more

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Issue 31

This thirtieth issue of The New Quarterly features three new stories by Terry Griggs, and has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 30

This thirtieth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 29

This twenty-ninth issue of The New Quarterly is a special issue on Sarah Birdsell. It has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 24 & 25

This issue is a combination of issues 24 and 25, and is a special issue containing poetry, short fiction, and criticism on family themes in Canadian literature. This issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 23

This twenty-third issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 22

This twenty-second issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 21

This twenty-first issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 20

This twentieth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 19

This nineteenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 18

This eighteenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 15

This fifteenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 14

This fourteenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 13

This thirteenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 12

This twelfth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 11

This eleventh issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 10

This tenth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 9

This ninth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 8

This eighth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 7

This seventh issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 6

This sixth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 5

This fifth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 4

This fourth issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 3

This third issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 2

This second issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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Issue 1

This first issue of The New Quarterly has been made possible by the volunteer work of editors, proofreaders, printers, and business managers at the University of Waterloo and its affiliated colleges, and at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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