No 49

Spring 1979

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Table of Contents

Full Issue
Journal Editor
Native and Exile: the Poetry of Bernard Spencer
Roger Bowen 5-27
Extra, Read all about it
Tom C. Armstrong 28-29
Bar Fishing
Allan G. Brown 30-31
Poem for a Son;
Heather Cadsby 32-33
Words to the Wind;
Pushing it
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco 34-35
After/word: Berryman, Sexton, Plath et al.;
Three Songs of Stone
Sam F. Johnson 36-37
John Ditsky 38
The Blue Blouse
Florence Gould 39-46
Linda Sandler 47
The Graves at Junction City
Dean Phelps 48-49
Poem for My Mother;
Outside the Crowd is Stirring
Stan Trevor 50-55
The Voices;

Run Around
Gorden Williams 56-58
Job's Prayer;
Michael Gorman 59
Maria Jacobs 60
Yves Thériault 61-64
Six Woodcuts
Naoko Matsubara 65-76
A Change of Life
Dave Margoshes 77-90
Lightning in Chains;
Chains, Our Freedom
Andree Chedid 91
The Hills
Carlos Pellicer 92-93
Andrzej Busza 94-95
The Algonquin of the Lake of Two Rivers
Jagna Boraks 96-97
Casida del Sediento;
Cancion Primera;

Cancion Ultima
Miguel Hernandez 98-100
Irreconcilable Differences
Carol Jane Bangs 101
City Trip;

Hands of Absence
Lorna Uher 102-104
One-Liners and Other Aphorisms
Sandor Weores 105-109
What I Learned From Caesar
Guy Vanderhaeghe 110-120
The Trees;
Old Honesty
Robyn Sarah 121
Les Quatre Sans Cou
Robert Desnos 122-123
Ken Watson 124-125
The Long Word
Deirdre Ballantyne 126-127

Book Reviews

Selected Stories of Ernest Thompson Seton, Edited with an Introduction by Patricia Morley
Charles Lillard 128-129
Books Read and Strongly Recommended
Journal Editor 130-135
Notes on Contributors

Cover Art

Naoko Matsubara

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