Issue 028

Once again the stories which rose to the top of our pile of submissions seem to be on a single theme, the search for lost love. We do discern a preponderance of images drawn from the woods and the waters, the fields and the air. In making our choices we were perhaps responding to the turn of the seasons and the blossoming of spring.



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Issue 027

Four coming-of-age stories are flanked by two others, entirely different in both style and subject: we hope you enjoy these densely poetic and sensitively drawn pieces.

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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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