Antiphonies: Essays on Women's Experimental Poetries in Canada
The Gig., 2008 - Literary Criticism - 256 pages
Cultural Writing. Literary Criticism. ANTIPHONIES is a primer on some of the most exciting work in contemporary Canadian poetry. These essays discuss a wide range of work, from books already acclaimed as modern classics--such as Erin Moure's O Cidadan, Lisa Robertson's DEBBIE: AN EPIC, and Karen MacCormack's IMPLEXURES--to the equally remarkable work of Susan Clark, Catriona Strang, Lissa Wolsak, Christine Stewart, Deanna Ferguson, Lise Downe, Nancy Shaw, a. rawlings, Marie Annharte Baker and others. The essays are complemented by brief selections of poems and poetics statements.
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