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Reparative Strategies: An Interview with Di Brandt
I met with Di Brandt on April 6, 2006, in the Academy Caf&#eacute; in Winnipeg, a few days after hearing her read from her new series of poems, “Nine River Ghazals.” Brandt has been working with the ghazal form since “Dog Days in Maribor” in her Griffin-nominated [_Now You Care_], and because I had just included “Dog Days” in [_Speaking of Power_], a selected works of Brandt’s poetry published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, I wanted to ask about her use of the form….
p. *an excerpt from* h2. The long view: An interview with poet Peter Sanger on his collaboration with photographer Thaddeus Holownia Editor’s note: Since 1994, Peter Sanger and Thaddeus Holownia have collaborated on three book projects that bring poem and photograph together. Not wholly of either discipline, the books exist in their own space, one […]