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Jane Campbell Interviews Douglas Glover

This week over at NineteenQuestions.com, our Prose Editor extraordinaire Jane Campbell interviews Canadian writer Douglas Glover, author of the recent short story collection Savage Love, several other collections of stories and essays, and four novels. In the interview, Glover shrewdly discusses his … Continue reading

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Prism at AWP 2014 in Seattle

The PRISM international editors will be at AWP 2014 in Seattle, from February 26 to March 1. We’ll be there all weekend at booth 1706, the same booth as the UBC Creative Writing Department. Come say hi, we’re friendly, promise! … Continue reading

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Review of Kevin Barry’s There Are Little Kingdoms

Reviewed by Charles-Adam Foster-Simard The Irish author Kevin Barry recently appeared onto the screen of my literary radar, and then I wondered how it was possible that I’d never taken notice of him before. From one day to the next, … Continue reading

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An Interview with Mariner Janes

Interview by Rob Taylor “ginsberg and kissinger argue in a late-night supermarket bomb bay, or, political power comes through the barrel of a sunflower” by Mariner Janes political satire became obselete when kissinger was awarded the nobel peace prize.   … Continue reading

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An Interview with Andrew F. Sullivan

Interview by Kim McCullough Even before Alice Munro’s Nobel Prize win, short stories were making news. Short fiction requires a different approach to writing, and I was interested to speak to some of amazing new voices on the short story … Continue reading

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Review of Life Is About Losing Everything by Lynn Crosbie

Life Is About Losing Everything by Lynn Crosbie Anansi, 2012 348 pages reviewed by Jennifer Spruit Lynn Crosbie’s latest book took me down into everything I don’t want to have to think too hard about and exploded it into a … Continue reading

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