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1987 / 1.45

Two Stories
Two Poems
Family Discussion
Landforms
Recent Works
Three Poems
from The Invisible World Is In Decline
One Night in Smelterville
Two Poems
Seven Poems
COVER: Nexus: Hidden Form

Contributors

GLADYS HINDMARCH teaches at Capilano College. The two stories included here will be published this year as part of The Watery Part of The World by Douglas & Mclntyre.

NANCY MATTSON has published a number of poems on Finnish themes in several journals and magazines since 1985. Her most recent work is entitled "The Maria Poems." She lives in Edmonton.

ROGER NASH's second collection of poems, Psalms From the Suburbs, was published by Quarry Press in 1986. He won first prize in Prism’s 1985 poetry contest. His poems, short stories, and translations have been published in a variety of literary magazines in Canada, the US, and the UK.

JOAN SMITH received her BFA from UBC in 1984, and is currently working in the Art Institute programme at Capilano College. She had her first solo exhibition at the Crown Gallery in February 1988, and is preparing for other exhibitions in 1988 at the Burnaby Art Gallery and at the Richmond Art Gallery.

MARGARET WITZSCHE graduated from ECCAD in 1981, and is presently working in the Art Institute programme at Capilano College. She has been in various group shows, and is preparing for her first one person show at the Burnaby Art Gallery in the fall of 1988.

bpNICHOL's The Martyrology, Book VI, was published last year by Coach House Press. Books VII and VIII are near completion, and Books IX and X are in progress.

BRUCE WHITEMAN, who lives in Montreal, has been working since 1981 on The Invisible World Is In Decline, a long prose poem of which Book I was published by Coach House Press in 1984.

ELLIE SCOTT, formerly from Crow's Nest Pass, Alberta, now lives in Washington State. Several of her stories have been published New Delta Review, Other Voices, and Phoenix within the last year.

GAIL HARRIS is a performance poet living in Victoria. Her first book was published by Coach House in 1986; a new performance piece, Lady Ambivalence and her Small, Secret Mansion, will appear soon as a chapbook from artdog press before premiering as part of Theatre BC's Festival in May 1988.

JUDITH COPITHORNE's most recent book, A Light Character, was published by Coach House Press in 1985. She lives in Vancouver.