Arc 91 Spring 2020  Adèle Barclay's Singular, Prismatic Imagination

While the world quests to slow our transmission of COVID-19, Arc is here to help you endure—with new poetry, essays, and reviews.

The pages of Arc 91 contain the latest Diana Brebner Prize-winning poem, a new How Poems Work feature, tons of poetry from our 2018/2019 Poet-in-Residence, plus so much more!

In This Issue

However you get it, here’s what you can look forward to in Arc’s newest issue:

  • an extended feature on Adèle Barclay’s tenure as Arc’s Poet-in-Residence;
  • Laurie D. Graham and John Elizabeth Stintzi’s essays on the place of poetry;
  • stunning translations of work by Montréal poet and novelist Huguette Gaulin (1944 – 1972);
  • new poems from Madhur Anand, Alyda Faber, D.A. Lockhart and Téa Mutonji, among others; and,
  • stunning visual art from Canadian photo-based artist Whitney Lewis-Smith.
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