The Cyclops Review

The Cyclops Review

by Jon Paul Fiorentino
     
 

The Cyclops Review is a collection of new poetry and prose which features an eclectic mix of literary writers. From emerging writers, publishing their work for the first time, to established award-winning poets, fiction writers and playwrights, this collection captures the spirit of the small press publishing experience. Whether the authorial voice is

Overview

The Cyclops Review is a collection of new poetry and prose which features an eclectic mix of literary writers. From emerging writers, publishing their work for the first time, to established award-winning poets, fiction writers and playwrights, this collection captures the spirit of the small press publishing experience. Whether the authorial voice is emerging or established, what is consistent is the astounding literary diversity and quality of this collection.

Contributors: Stephanie Bolster, Daniel Brooks, Robert Budde, Jason Camlot, Corey Frost, Kate Hall, Adrienne Ho, Clive Holden, Catherine Hunter, Monique MacLeod, Daphne Marlatt, Chandra Mayor, David McGimpsey, rob mclennan, Daniel David Moses, Hal Niedzviecki, John K. Samson, Steve Smith, Michelle Sterling, and Kate Sterns.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781894177139
Publisher:
Cyclops Press
Publication date:
10/01/2002
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 5.60(h) x 0.52(d)

Meet the Author

Jon Paul Fiorentino was the founder and head editor of the innovative dark leisure magazine. He was raised in Winnipeg, and currently resides in Montreal, where he is editor of Matrix magazine. He is the author of Transcona Fragments and Strip Malling.

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