2001 Published Books
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The following six of Exile’s seventeen 2001 books can be purchased directly from us.
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PRETENDING TO DIE Poems - Priscila Uppal
Cover and interior photos by Tracy Carbert and Tim Hanna

At the time poet and fiction writer Priscila Uppal released this book she was 26 years old. Pretending to Die is her third book, and continues her exploration of myth and mourning, how the past survives in the present, and how we stay afloat against the knowledge of mortality. Her first novel, The Divine Economy of Salvation (Doubleday Canada), appeared in the Spring of 2002.

Poetry; 6x9 126 pages: ISBN 1-55096-519-0

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THE NEW YORKER STORIES - Morley Callaghan
Preface by Barry Callaghan

In 1928, just after he published his first novel Strange Fugitive in New York, Morley Callaghan wrote to his editor, Maxwell Perkins: "Here is something I thought you might tell me about. Do you think The New Yorker would be a good magazine for my stories? They have never printed fiction before, but are going to start with that story of mine called ‘An Escapade.’" Perkins replied: "As for The New Yorker I think it has a very excellent type of circulation from your standpoint and ours . . ."
Through the thirties, through the Depression, Callaghan did an astonishing thing: he kept himself and his family alive by writing short stories that Hemingway compared to Joyce, fiction that brought praise from Wyndham Lewis and Edmund Wilson and led the New York Times to say: "If there is a better story writer in the world we don’t know where he is."

Fiction; 6x9 145 pages: ISBN 1-55096-628-6

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WE WASN’T PALS Canadian Poetry and Prose of the First World War
Edited by Bruce Meyer and Barry Callaghan
Afterword by Margaret Atwood

When Wilfred Owen wrote about the carnage and waste of World War One he exclaimed that "the poetry was in the pity." As pitiable and devastating as many of the pieces in this collection are, these writings by Canadians who witnessed the horror of war first-hand were ignored by critics and readers of the time. It has taken 83 years for this trench literature to find its rightful place in the nation’s writing. In this anthology the forgotten experiences of a decade are remembered.

Anthology; 6x9 264 pages: ISBN 1-55096-642-1

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YOUNG BLOODS Stories from Exile 1972-2001 - Edited by Barry Callaghan

There is little more exciting than the discovery of new distinctively powerful writers and no magazine in the country publishes more such stories than Exile The Literary Quarterly. Now in one volume, twenty-three writers of verve and variety are brought together. Hardy (who won the $10,000 Journey Prize), Hayward (who won the $10,000 Upper Canada Fiction Prize), Phinney, Jordan, Keating, Andrishak (who won the CBC fiction prize), Davis, Niedzviecki, Green, and many more.

Anthology; 6x9 262 pages: ISBN 1-55096-636-7

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PLOUGHING THE SEAS The Nicaraguan Resistance and de CIA in the Jungles of Southern Nicaragua 1984-1987 - Hugh Graham

In this gripping memoir, a young Toronto writer – without journalistic experience or credentials – travels to Central America at the height of the Contra War, on a personal quest to unravel the story of Eden Pastora, an obscure and independent guerrilla leader. In search of Pastora, the writer encounters the fighters, politicos, and journalists caught in an undercover war of information and misinformation. Stuck between the CIA and myriad revolutionary forces, he ultimately becomes involved in a web of subterfuge and murder. Plouhging the Seas is in part a mystery, but more importantly is a poignant story about the destructive nature of ideology in Latin America.
"Those who have observed the cause of the revolution have ploughed the sea." –Simon Bolivar.

Memoir; 6x9 192 pages: ISBN 1-55096-513-1

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SOLO WITH GRAZING DEER Poems - David Wevill

David Wevill has lived in England, Burma, Spain and currently makes his home in Texas. Books in Canada has said: "Careful yet charged language, that meditates on a godless universe, on ancestral bonds, on age and death."

Poetry; 6x9 118 pages: ISBN 1-55096-640-5

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