2002 Published Books
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The following six of Exile’s twelve 2002 books can be purchased directly from us.
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RED BLOOD BLACK INK WHITE PAPER New and Selected Poems 1961-2001 - Phyllis Gotlieb

Phyllis Gotlieb is a magician. By a prodigious feat of verbal invention – an idiomatic turn of phrase spiced by quicksilver insights that contain craziness and horror, grief and love, wry humour and historical commentary – she has proved, over four decades of publishing, that she is original, significant, and always a contemporary Canadian poet.

Poetry; 6x9 135 pages: ISBN 1-55096-601-4

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ONE DAY EVEN TREVI WILL CRUMBLE Stories - Neale McDevitt

An extraordinary new fiction talent! One Day, Even Trevi Will Crumble is rare among first collections of stories in its scope and originality. All set in the Montreal neighbourhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, these tales of taxi drivers, bums, and the lonely are told in a prose that is straight up and deeply felt. McDevitt’s characters have their eyes and ears tuned into a world that, although crumbling, is bursting with feeling. The edgy urban feel of many younger writers is matched in this collection with a boundless compassion for the city. Stories with both the grit and tenderness of city life.

"Neale McDevitt is one of the most gutsy and original young writers to come along in years. His arresting voice is dead-on." –Kenneth J. Harvey

Fiction; 6x9 167 pages: ISBN 1-55096-554-9

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THAT SUMMER IN PARIS Memoir - Morley Callaghan

It was the fabulous summer of 1929 when the literary capital of North America had moved to the Left Bank of Paris. Hemingway was reading proofs to A Farewell to Arms, and a few blocks away Fitzgerald was struggling over Tender Is the Night. And Morley Callaghan, his first book published to acclaim in New York, arrived in Paris to share the felicities of the literary life, not just with his two friends, but with James Joyce, Ford Madox Ford, Robert McAlmon – the world Gertrude Stein called the Lost Generation. Amidst these tangled relations, friendships were lost, too – most notably between Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Callaghan – all over the famous boxing match. A tragic and sad and unforgettable story told in Callaghan’s lucid compassionate prose.

Memoir; 6x9 256 pages: ISBN 1-55096-552-2

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THE INDIAN MEDICINE SHOWS Two One-Act Plays - Daniel David Moses

In these linked plays, Daniel David Moses, prize-winning playwright and "registered Indians," explores the frontier and discovers that the human face of the old West was more than cowboys and Indians.

The Globe and Mail’s Ray Conlogue recognized that Moses "writes with a poetic suggestiveness that recalls Tennessee Williams: he is operating as an artist, not as an explainer or apologist for his people."

Daniel David Moses is a prize-winning playwright and poet. The author of Big Buck City, Brébeuf’s Ghosth, Sixteen Jesuses, and co-editor of An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English.

Drama; 6x9 141 pages: ISBN 1-55096-036-9

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PARROT FEVER Poems - Joe Rosenblatt
With collages by Michel Christensen

Joe Rosenblatt, poet-unique in the country! Seer and discombobulator of terrestrial planes, a sage for whom every inchworm is a serpent, every jellied egg a shark. In Parrot Fever, it is Tuco the parrot who is his sage. It is Tuco who is every thinking person’s alter ego, who has a pulse for their intellection. He is mischievous but at the core he is balanced, not one to suffer fools, not even for a micro-second. You and I want to be Tuco yet lack his cruel candour, a buff of honesty which resides beneath his soft grey African down. Pluck his fathers at your peril.
An extraordinary long poem by the winner of the Governor General’s Award for poetry, presented in surreal tandem with the brilliant full-colour collages composed by distinguished artist Michel Christensen.

Poetry/Collages; 6x9 80 pages: ISBN 1-55096-566-2

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HOW TO BRIBE A JUDGE Poems from the Bench - James Clarke
With an Introduction by Edward L. Greenspan

A book of poems for justified sinners and reprobates alike, a book unlike any other in this country, poems by a Justice of the Ontario Court – poems of skill and wry insight, poems of the actual act of sentencing, poems of a mercy and tolerance strained by wisdom. Susan Musgrave says the judge writes for "poets and anyone who has ever had the feeling that ‘life is not fair.’" The distinguished defence lawyer, Edward L. Greenspan, in his introduction, says, "Justice Clarke’s poems are a pleasure to read. They are thoughtful and contemplative. His poems give an insight into the thoughts of a judge, insight that one wouldn’t be able to get anywhere . . . This judge is humorous, witty, tender, sympathetic and has an attractive humility . . . the true James Clarke is revealed. He sees everything."

Poetry; 6x9 103 pages: ISBN 1-55096-558-1

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