Malahat Review 164 (Fall 2008) Print Edition


Print edition of Malahat Review Issue 164 (Fall 2008)

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2008 Far Horizons Award for Poetry:
  • Tadzio Richards, Travels in Beringia
  • Ian Bullock, Grasslands
  • Tsering Lama, The Riot and a Girl
  • Harold Rhenisch, The Silver Hills Above Caernarfon
Creative Non-Fiction:
  • Sioux Browning, Lost Pueblo
  • Kanina Dawson, “Incoming,” “July in Brishna Kot,” and “Naming the Sound That Took His Life”
  • Barry Dempster, “A Carver Afterlife
  • Karen Enns, “The Smallest Thing”
  • Susan Glickman, “Lies,” and “Snow”
  • Katia Grubisic, “Long Shot
  • Jason Guriel, “Sprezzatura”
  • Michael Kenyon, “Basement,” “Cellar,” “Lost Countryside,” and “When Hawks Stop Hunting”
  • Frederico Garcia Lorca, “Romance Sonámbulo” (Translated from the Spanish by Rhea Tregebov)
  • Richard Norman, “Event Horizon,” “Eye 1,” and “Eye 2”
  • Steve Noyes, “An Introduction to Chaucer”
  • Diane Reid, “You Never See a Bird Die”
  • Peter Richardson, “Favour,” “An Equine Accessory Chews Over Options Within the Confines of a Two Story Cycle,” and “At Carruthers Point”
  • Ingrid Ruthig, “Box,” and “Closet”
  • Shannon Stewart, “Bête Noire”
  • Sarah B. Wiseman, “Fear of Bees”
  • Poetry
  • Nadine McInnis, Two Hemispheres (London: Brick, 2007). Paperbound, 95 pp., $18. (Reviewed by John Cunningham).
  • Randall Maggs, Night Work: The Sawchuk Poems (London: Brick, 2008). Paperbound, 189 pp, $20. (Reviewed by Laurie Graham)
  • John Newlove, A Long Continual Argument: The Selected Poems of John Newlove, Robert McTavish, ed. (Ottawa: Chaudiere, 2007). Paperbound, 244 pp, $22. (Reviewed by Jay Ruzesky)
  • Fiction
  • Stan Dragland, The Drowned Lands (Toronto: Pedlar, 2008). Paperbound, 391 pp., $22. (Reviewed by Mark Dickinson)
  • Mark Patterson, A Finely Tuned Apathy Machine (Toronto: Exile, 2007). Paperbound, 152 pp., $19.95. (Reviewed by Harold Hoefle)
  • Anne Simpson, Falling (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2008). Hardcover, 320 pp., $32.99. (Reviewed by Linda Rogers)
  • Non-Fiction
  • Stuart Ross, Confessions of a Small Press Racketeer (Vancouver, Anvil, 2005). Paperbound, 128 pp, $16. (Reviewed by Lynne Van Luven)
Cover Art:
  • Glenn Howarth, Elephant Highway No. 2, 1984. Oil on canvas, 83.75cm wide, Michael Collard Williams collection, Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, University of Victoria.