- Mark Abley, “Efenechtyd”
- Lynne Burnett, “On Hearing that a Friend’s Husband Died in his Sleep”
- Barry Butson, “Milton in his Garden”
- Sara Cassidy, “The Children, Sleeping” and “Night”
- Anne Compton, “What the construction worker said”
- Matthew Godden, “Island Poem #1,”
To Learn to be With You: two love poems,
The Big Date
- Ruth Johnston, “Preface to Cassanova’s Histoire de ma Vie”
- Susanne Kort, “Vespers”
- Katherine Leyton, “Lower Forms of Life”
- P. K. Page, “Cullen in Old Age” (Won silver in poetry at the 2010 National Magazine Awards)
- Marion Quednau, “Paradise, Later Years” (Won gold in poetry at the 2010 National Magazine Awards)
- matt robinson, “Against the Hard Angle”
- Patrick Walsh, “Meditations of a Sniper”
- Daphne Marlatt, The Given (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2008). Paperbound, 120 pp., $17.99.
- Daphne Marlatt, Robert Minden, and Carla Hallett, Like Light Off Water (Vancouver: Otter Bay Productions). Audio CD, 28 min., $15.00.
- Don McKay, Songs for the Songs of Birds (Tors Cove: Rattling Books). Audio CD, 78 min., $19.95.
- David O’Meara, Noble Gas, Penny Black (London: Brick Books). Paperbound, 70 pp., $18.00.
- Sue Sinclair, Breaker (London: Brick Books). Paperbound, 96 pp., $18.00.
- (All reviewed by Jay Ruzesky)
- Tanis Macdonald, Rue the Day (Winnipeg: Turnstone, 2008). Paperbound, 96 pp., $16.95. (Reviewed by Jamie Dopp).
- Barbara Colebrook Peace, Duet for Wings and Earth (Winlaw: Sono Nis, 2008). Paperbound, 63 pp., $14.95. (Reviewed by Amy Reiswig)
- Donna Morrissey, What They Wanted (Toronto: Viking, 2008). Hardbound, 327 pp., $32.00. (Reviewed by Mark Dickinson)
- Betsy Trumpener, The Butcher of Penetang, (Halfmoon Bay: Caitlin, 2008). Paperbound, 152 pp., $17.95.
- Ivan E. Coyote, The Slow Fix (Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp, 2008). Paperbound, 152 pp., $18.95.
- (Both Reviewed by Jessica Fish)
- Barbara Romanik, 10 Things to Ask Yourself in Warsaw and Other Stories (Winnipeg: Enfield & Wizenty, 2008). Hardbound, 190 pp., $29.95.
- Harold Hoefle, The Mountain Clinic (Ottawa: Oberon, 2008). Paperbound, 109 pp., $18.95.
- (Both Reviewed by Candace Fertile)
- Lynne van Luven and Bruce Gillespie (Eds.), Nobody’s Father: Life Without Kids (Surrey: Touchwood, 2008). Paperbound, 240 pp., $19.95. (Reviewed by Jay Ruzesky)