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Updated January 2020
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The Capilano Review has a long history of publishing new and established Canadian writers and artists who experiment with or expand the boundaries of conventional forms and contexts. Founded in North Vancouver in 1972, the magazine continues to publish literary and visual art side by side while favouring the risky, the provocative, the innovative, and the dissident.
 
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George Elliott Clarke reads "Post-Bellum Negro Inventory," featured in TCR 3.27 (Fall 2015).By The Capilano Review
 
Audio assemblage of Roy Kiyooka reading from "Summer Back Door Rain," "Trudi & I Talking," "No. 5 North," Shinkichi Takahashi’s “Snow Wind,” “She Said She Tore the Veil Off the Face of…,” and “Nevertheless These Eyes,” compiled by Deanna Fong.By The Capilano Review
 
Soma Feldmar's interview with Robin Blaser at Naropa University in 2004.By The Capilano Review
 
Jazz musicians Jesus Ramirez (drums) and Meghan Gilhespy (vocals) perform George Bowering's "Raspberries" at the launch of Bowering's Books TCR 3.24 at Capilano University November 20, 2014.By The Capilano Review
 
“Letter to Nixon” from At War with the U.S.From "The Big League"s:“The Detroit Tigers”“The Dallas Cowboys”“San Diego Padres”“Buffalo Sabers”“The Minnesota Twins”In the Flesh“The Bigamist”“The Window”“Nine Holes”“Coltrane & Che”“Losing & Getting, to be Getting”“A parent”“Sit Down”“Strangers & Friends”“The Ground of Lincoln Country”“Places Names in t…
 
Reading at the Western Front, Vancouver, with Cole Swensen. Hosted The Capilano Review. Lisa reads "Toxins" and "The Scene."By The Capilano Review
 
Reading at the Western Front, Vancouver, with Cole Swensen. Hosted The Capilano Review and introduced by editor, Jenny Penberthy. Lisa reads "On Form" and translations of Benveniste's notes on Baudelaire.By The Capilano Review
 
Reading at the Western Front, Vancouver, with Lisa Robertson. Hosted by The Capilano Review.By The Capilano Review
 
At a reading at the Western Front, Vancouver, with Lisa Robertson and hosted by The Capilano Review, Cole Swensen reads from unpublished work. Intro by TCR editor, Jenny Penberthy.By The Capilano Review
 
After their reading at the Western Front, Vancouver, Lisa and Cole talked together about their writing practice.By The Capilano Review
 
Paul Nelson reading his Robin Blaser Award winning-poem published in The Capilano Review issue 3.22.By The Capilano Review
 
An archival recording from the second season of The Opera Project, September 22, 2012.James Coomber, composerDave Deveau, librettistSteven Belanger, baritoneLee Plested, bassMartin Fisk, vibraphoneBy The Capilano Review
 
An archival recording of a performance at The Opera Project on September 22, 2012.Jacqueline Leggatt, composerJenny Penberthy, librettistMariana Valdes, sopranoLucy Smith, sopranoMelanie Adams, mezzo-sopranoLee Plested, bassAl Cannon, conductorJanna Sailor, violinAlana Lopez, violinMarcus Takizawa, violaThomas Weideman, cello…
 
An archival recording of a performance at The Opera Project on September 22, 2012.Eileen Padgett, composerColin Browne, librettistMegan Morrison, mezzo-sopranoMatthew Stephanson, tenorAlex McMorran, baritonePeggy Lee, celloEleanor Harshenin, celloBy The Capilano Review
 
Excerpts from a reading at the college in the late 1970s, including "Bay Day" and "Bingo/Dance".By The Capilano Review
 
Excerpts from a reading from Rat Jelly, The Collected Works of Billy the Kid, and other poems.By The Capilano Review
 
The Capilano Review's Sound Poetry issue 1.31 included a 33 1/3 rpm 7-inch record.By The Capilano Review
 
Interviewed by Pierre Coupey, Daphne Marlatt, Bill Schermbrucker, and Maria Hindmarch at Capilano College, Jan 24, 1975.Much circling and negotiating in the first ten minutes before Stan agrees to answer a question . . .By The Capilano Review
 
Interviewed by Pierre Coupey, Daphne Marlatt, and Roy Kiyooka.By The Capilano Review
 
Warren Tallman invited George Stanley, Joanne Kyger, and Ebbe Borregaard to a Poetry Conference at UBC in March 1970. This 12 minute recording features George's reading of a "prose statement on poetry in 1970." The statement is a series of letters written to Clayton Eshleman on the subject of "power, money, and poetry."Thanks to the Contemporary Li…
 
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