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Twelfth Series, No. 8: Spring 2006

Poetics and Public Culture

Introduction. MELINA BAUM SINGER and LILY CHO

The Poet in the University or the Ends of Sinecure: The Task of Poetics, the Fate of Innovation, and the Aesthetics of Criticism. CHARLES BERNSTEIN

Three Poems. FRED WAH

Out of a Bad State: Identity, State, and Neoliberal Globalization. JEFF DERKSEN

Technologies of the Podium: Montreal Massacre Poetry and the Feminist Counterpublic. CANDIDA RIFKIND

Ghosting as a Way to Mourn Responsibly in Frank Davey's Elegies: 'Dead in France' and 'Dead in Canada'. CATHERINE BATES

Sybil Unrest. LARISSA LAI and RITA WONG

TISH and KOOT. CHRISTIAN BOK

Muse. GEORGE BOWERING

Signifying Sappho in the Late Second Millenium, Salt Spring Island, BC. SUSAN KNUTSON

Bilingual Explorations: Reflections on Canadian Poetics. SIMONA BERTACCO

Daphne Marlatt's Poetics: What is an Honest Man? And Can there Be an Honest Woman? LYNETTE HUNTER

Two Poems. DAPHNE MARLATT

Thinking on Poetics. FRANK DAVEY

Contributors

Cover design by KEN SINGER


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