Arc 88 Spring 2019  Poet-in-Residence David O'Meara is the gasoline

We’re looking forward to the warmer weather with our new issue.

In This Issue

Shake off the winter chill with the Diana Brebner Prize-winning poem, and a feature of poetry from David O’Meara, Arc‘s 2017/2018 Poet-in-Residence.
In this issue, you can also dive into an interview between David and Rob Winger, exploring the complexities and nuances of mentorship and workshopping poetry.

What else is blooming?

  • an encounter with a pastoral poem by Julie Mannell and a caring paternal poem by Barry Dempster;
  • Erín Moure’s translations of Galician poet Lúpe Gómez’s light and minimalist poetry;
  • a close look into the workings of Johanna Skibsrud’s “I Do Not Think that I Could Love a Human Being”;
  • terrific traffic-influenced visual art from Montréal-based artist Maclean.
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