Notes and Dispatches

Notes and Dispatches


Book - 2014
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rob mclennan's second collection of literary essays, this is another display of his vast range of reading contemporary writing. Following his previous collection, subverting the lyric: essays (ECW Press, 2008), mclennan navigates the confessional aspect of Lynn Crosbie's Liar and the lyric of the American prose poem, the shapes of Camille Martins sonnets and Jay MillArs insect hopes, as well as the pastorals of Lisa Robertson and his own Glengarry County. mclennan explores aspects of writing, reading, and reviewing fiction, poetry, and non-fiction from a diverse range of locations throughout Canadian and American contemporary literature.
Publisher: London, ON : Insomniac Press, c2014.
ISBN: 9781554831265
Branch Call Number: 814.54 MCLEN
Characteristics: 314 p.


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