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Posts Tagged ‘John Harris’

The Search for Khanlit

John Harris reads an essay by a Toronto-based Woman-of-Colour looking for a safe way to take some creative writing courses. He has some advice for her.

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A Poetry War in Prince George

There’s a war going on in Prince George, B.C., and its no joke. Brian Fawcett identifies the differing sides, and the stakes involved. They’re quite a lot larger than they might seem.

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Who Killed CanLit?

John Harris looks at the recent Canadian Notes and Queries issue on who killed CanLit, whether or not it’s really dead, and whether a bunch of comfortable white guys are positioned to determine its condition.

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Versions of North

John Harris “does” G.P. Lainsbury’s long poem, Versions of North, thus establishing Lainsbury as a serious force in B.C. Poetry.

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