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Material Type: Magazines
Collection: Comics
Call Number: CAN MAG LAL2016
Title: Carousel 37 (Fall, 2016)
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Personal name: Laliberte, Mark (managing editor and visual arts editor) and Miroshnichenko, Alla (fiction editor) and Vazquez, Christina (poetry editor) and Bissett, Ariel (editorial assistant)
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Magazine
International Standard Book Number: 725274860326
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Carousel Magazine
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2016 Fall
Summary, etc. note: Features: Eric Schmaltz interviews Justin Stephenson, a creator who moves ideas from one medium to the other as he creatively adapts the work of internationally acclaimed avant-garde poet bpNichol; his film project, The Complete Works, is a labour of love that took fifteen years to conjure into reality. Emily Fitzpatrick pens a feature on St. Catharines-based aboriginal/new generation artist Maggie Groat, a creator exploring possible futures, alternative and marginalized ways-of-knowing, and relationships and reconnections to place, all from a hybrid Indigenous/Settler perspective. Marc Ngui interviews comic artist Anders Nilsen about his eclectic and formally inventive new work, Poetry is Useless, published by Drawn & Quarterly in July ‘15 — Nilsen is the author of Big Questions (Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year, 2012) and co-founder of Autoptic, a bi-annual festival of independent comics and art culture. For our international spotlight, Mark Laliberte looks at the work of L.A.-based artist Richard Kraft, whose recently released Here Comes Kitty: A Comic Opera is a radical collage-comic that orchestrates a multiplicity of voices into joyous cacophony; includes a mini-interview with project collaborator Danielle Dutton. 4PANEL Supplement No. 11: Mark Connery, Erin Curry, W.A. Davison, d.w., Justin Gordon, Drazen Kozjan, Richard Kraft, Mark Laliberte, Aaron Linton, Billy Mavreas, Marc Ngui, Luke Ramsey, Ethan Rilly, Anuj Shrestha, Fiona Smyth, Jon Vaughn, Georgia Webber + Poetry, Fiction & Artwork by: Matt Davey, Justin Gordon, Lee Hannigan, Derek McCormack, Devon McFarland,Steve Meagher, James J. Stevenson, Mallory Tater, Christine Walde, Liz Worth literary magazine, journal,
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