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Sounding differences : conversations with seventeen Canadian women writers

Author: Janice Rae Williamson
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©1993.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sounding differences.
Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©1993
(OCoLC)624056648
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Janice Rae Williamson
ISBN: 0802027628 9780802027627 0802068081 9780802068088
OCLC Number: 27067383
Description: xx, 370 pages : portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Jeannette Armstrong --
Text: 'Grief Is Not the Activity That Heals' --
Interview: 'What I intended was to connect ... and it's happened.' --
2. Di Brandt --
Text: 'nonresistance or, love Mennonite style' --
Interview: 1 'The sadness in this book is that I'm reaching for this story ... ' --
Interview: 2 'that questioning self' --
3. Nicole Brossard --
Text: 'Certain Words, ' --
Interview: 'Before I became a feminist, I suppose I was an angel, a poet, a revolutionary ... ' --
4. Elly Danica --
Text: Excerpt from Don't: A Woman's Word --
Interview: 1 'an enormous risk, but it's got to be done' --
Interview: 2 ' ... once I remembered ... all of the rest of it was there.' --
5. Kristjana Gunnars --
Text: Excerpt from The Prowler --
Interview: 'In that gap where one searches, the muse hangs around ... ' --
6. Claire Harris --
Text: 'A Question of Joy' --
Interview: 'I dreamt of a new naming ... ' --
7. Smaro Kamboureli and Lola Lemire Tostevin --
Text: Smaro Kamboureli, fragments from 'Various Blues' --
Interview: 'where the imaginary takes over' --
8. Joy Kogawa --
Text: Excerpts from Obasan --
Interview: 'In writing I keep breathing, I keep living ... ' --
9. Lee Maracle --
Text: Excerpt from 'Maggie' --
Interview: 'an infinite number of pathways to the centre of the circle' --
10. Daphne Marlatt --
Text: 'There is a door' --
Interview: 'When we change language ... ' --
11. Daphne Marlatt and Betsy Warland --
Interview: 'in companionship with another voice' --
12. Erin Moure --
Text: 'Song of a Murmur' --
Interview: 'my existence whenever I start to think' --
13. M. Nourbese Philip --
Text: 'Discourse on the Logic of Language' --
Interview: 'writing a memory of losing that place' --
14. Gail Scott --
Text: Excerpt from Heroine --
Interview: 1 'a very rhythmic and almost conversational surface' --
Interview: 2 'Writing starts in trying to create a text that listens.' --
15. Lola Lemire Tostevin --
Text: Excerpt from Frog Moon --
Interview: 'inventing ourselves on the page' --
16. Bronwen Wallace --
Text: 'Koko' --
Interview: ' ... I couldn't separate the landscape from how I see my poems moving.' --
17. Betsy Warland --
Text: Excerpt from Proper Deafinitions --
Interview: 'a language that holds us' --
18. Phyllis Webb --
Text: 'Performance' --
Interview: 'Read the poems, read the poems. All right?'.
Responsibility: [interviewed by] Janice Williamson.

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