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November 23, 2014
Splabman

One of the top journals in Cascadia is branching out and needs your support. I am awed by the depth of this journal and their latest, a tribute to George Bowering is stunning. A must-have for anyone serious about poetry in this bioregion and beyond. Quite compelling and very helpful to see how this man went about making himself a world-class poet.

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TCR has featured writers such as Robin Blaser, Daphne Marlatt, Lisa Robertson, Michael Turner, and many more in multiple issues. For $50-$85, you can choose a package of back issues featuring one of your favorite authors.

For $95, you can choose either an hour manuscript consultation with one of many amazing writers including Meredith Quartermain, George Stanley, or Rita Wong, or for $145, an hour and a half manuscript consultation with Jordan Abel, Thea Bowering, and many more.

For $100, you can participate in one of winter 2015’s most memorable communal dinner soirées! Join dinner parties with Pierre Coupey, Colin Browne, Erín Moure, Tiziana La Melia + Rebecca Brewer, Sharon Thesen, Lee Plested, Pierre Coupey, Karen Matthews + David Pay, or David Farwell + Miriam Nichols!

For $150, we will send you a copy of TCR’s issue 1.16-1.17 (1979) featuring work from Michael Ondaatje’s Running in the Family and Daphne Marlatt’s “In the Month of Hungry Ghosts,” and signed by both of the authors.

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