Essays - Fall/Winter 2004


To Be the Roots: Introduction to Latvian Feature. By J.C. Todd

The Butterfly's Apology by Māris Salējs

Do I or don't I. . . By Edvīns Raups

Poetry By Knuts Skujenieks

A Defense of Poetic Witness. By Aliki Barnstone

How Eva Victoria Perera Learned To Fly with Chagall By Aliki Barnstone




Previous Issues

The Imaginative Life and the Social Responsibility of Writers By Alison Croggon

Scriptorium By Rosalind Brackenbury

Arbiter of Neither Comfort nor Style: My Mother and Shoes By Joyce Wilson

Interrogating the Heart By MTC Cronin

Time to Transplant: In Memory of Nijole Miliauskaite By Laima Sruoginis

A Question of Responsibility By Claudia K. Grinnell

Fire on the Lake: Live from Druskininkai By regular columnist J.C. Todd

Poets in Marseille By the writer and journalist, Rosalind Brackenbury.

What Use Is Poetry in the Contemporary World? By MTC Cronin.

Potluck By regular columnist J.C. Todd

"Messengers:" By regular columnist J.C.Todd.

Notes on My Arthritic Heart By Liz Hall-Downs.

Introduction to Queensland Poetry By Liz Hall-Downs.

Fit of Passion: Public Performance of the Poetry of Gender By Liz Hall-Downs (with Kim Downs).

Two Essays on Poetics and the Erotic By Alison Croggon.

The W.B.Yeats International Summer School By Donald Levering.

My Chickens By regular columnist Joyce Wilson.

"The Nation Sings:" By Laima Sruoginis.

"more modestly I look on lithuanian poetry:"
By J.C.Todd.

Commentary By Kornelijus Platelis, Sigitas Geda, Laurynas Katkus, Giedre Kazlauskaite.

The Canadian Online Lit Scene
By Canadian Michael Bryson.

Mastering the Master: Appropriations of Crisis Conversion in the Poems of 1862 By Aliki Barnstone.


Universal Net-Meetings and Private Poetics: an Excursus into the Future of Cyber-Culture. By Erminia Passannanti.