Tim Conley


Works by Tim Conley

Book Reviews

Book Reviews by Tim Conley

Whether You Win or Lose
By Tim Conley
Published in web format on Canadian Literature‘s website. (Pending print publication.)
  • Irresponsible Mediums: The Chess Games of Marcel Duchamp by Aaron Tucker
  • Cruise Missile Liberals by Spencer Gordon
But Enough About You
By Tim Conley
Published in Prison Writing. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 208 (Spring 2011): 136-138.
  • A Short History of Forgetting by Johanna Skibsrud (Author)
  • I Do Not Think That I Could Love a Human Being by Johanna Skibsrud (Author)
  • The Annotated Bee & Me by Tim Bowling (Author)
Deficit Disorders
By Tim Conley
Published in Strategic Nationalisms. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 200 (Spring 2009): 146-148.
  • Courage, My Love by Reg Johanson
  • accrete or crumble by Natalie Simpson
  • All Things Said & Done by Marita Dachsel
  • Surplus by Roger Farr
Seeing Reproductions
By Tim Conley
Published in Canada Reads. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 193 (Summer 2007): 144-146.
  • My Own Places: Poems on John Constable by Don Kerr
  • Predicting the Next Big Advertising Breakthrough Using a Potentially Dangerous Method by Daniel Scott Tysdal
Sacred Pains
By Tim Conley
Published in Gabrielle Roy contemporaine/The Contemporary Gabrielle Roy. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 192 (Spring 2007): 156-158.
  • Mandorla by Nancy Holmes
  • He Claims He Is the Direct Heir by Lazar Sarna
  • Hurt Thyself by Andrew Steinmetz
Lyrics and Larks
By Tim Conley
Published in Writers Talking. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 183 (Winter 2004): 161-163.
  • Blue Pyramids: New and Selected Poems by Robert Priest
  • how we play at it by matt robinson
  • The Spaces in Between: Selected Poems 1965-2001 by Stephen Scobie
Soothsaid Verse
By Tim Conley
Published in Archives and History. Spec. issue of Canadian Literature 178 (Autumn 2003): 104-105.
  • Cometology by Stephen Brockwell
  • Torontology by Stephen Cain
  • The Invisible World Is In Decline, Book V by Bruce Whiteman