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Current Issue: #221 Science & Canadian Literature (Summer 2014)

Canadian Literature’s Issue 221 (Summer 2014) is now available. This special issue focuses on science and Canadian literature and features a wide range of articles and book reviews as well as a selection of new Canadian poetry.

The CanLit Poets will no longer be updated as the project has been completed. The content will remain online and we hope to further develop this project in the future.

Welcome to CanLit Poets!

CanLit Poets is a freely available, ongoing, online archive geared towards motivating the next generation of Canadian poets. The poems in this archive have all been published in the pages of Canadian Literature, and the response questions have been answered by the poet themselves.

Featured CanLit Poet

Crystal Hurdle

Crystal Hurdle teaches Creative Writing and English at Capilano University in North Vancouver. In October 2007, Crystal was Guest Poet at the International Sylvia Plath Symposium at the University of Oxford reading from her After Ted & Sylvia: Poems. Crystal's poetry has been published widely in anthologies and journals, including Canadian Literature, Fireweed, The Dalhousie Review, and The Capilano Review, of which she was Fiction Editor, and on whose Board of Directors she currently sits.

CanLit Poems by Crystal Hurdle
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