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Writing in Our Time: Canada’s Radical Poetries in English (1957–2003) by Pauline Butling and Susan Rudy

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Preface | Pauline Butling and Susan Rudy


Chronology 1 (1957–1979)
From the Canada Council to Writing in Our Time

1. (Re)Defining Radical Poetics | Pauline Butling

2. One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato, Four: Poetry, Publishing, Politics, and Communities | Pauline Butling

3. Tish: “The Problem of Margins” | Pauline Butling

4. bpNichol and a Gift Economy: “The Play of a Value and the Value of Play” | Pauline Butling

5. “I know that all has not been said”: Nicole Brossard in English | Susan Rudy

6. Poetry and Landscape, More Than Meets the Eye: Roy Kiyooka, Frank Davey, Daphne Marlatt, and George Bowering | Pauline Butling

7. Fred Wah—Among | Susan Rudy

8. “The Desperate Love Story That Poetry Is”: Robert Kroetsch’s The Hornbooks of Rita K | Susan Rudy

Chronology 2(1980–2003)
Theytus Books to Nomados Press

9. “Who Is She?” Inside/Outside Literary Communities | Pauline Butling

10. “what there is teasing beyond the edges”: Claire Harris’s Liminal Autobiography | Susan Rudy

11. Robin Blaser’s “thousand and one celebrations” | Pauline Butling

12. “From Radical to Integral”: Daphne Marlatt’s “Booking Passage” | Pauline Butling

13. “But Is It Politics?”: Jeff Derksen’s “Rearticulatory Poetics” | Susan Rudy

14. “what can atmosphere with / vocabularies delight?”: Excessively Reading Erin Mouré | Susan Rudy

15. The Weather Project: Lisa Robertson’s Poetics of “Soft Architecture” | Susan Rudy

16. Literary Activism: Changing the Garde: 1990s Editing and Publishing | Pauline Butling

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