Manoa, vol. 10, no. 2 (1998): Inland Shores

This issue is available online via JSTOR.

Inland Shores cover imagePresented by Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing

Inland Shores: Nature writing from Canada

Guest-edited by Charlene Gilmore

Focusing on Western Canada, this feature includes poetry by Jan Zwicky, Tim Lilburn, Elizabeth Philips, Charles Lillard, and Monty Reid; fiction by Kevin Van Tighem and Susan Haley; and essays by Theresa Kishkan, Don Gayton, Dave Carpenter, Sid Marty, and Alan Haig-Brown.

Also in this issue: an interview with Indian fiction writer Bharati Mukherjee; new translations of poems by Ayukawa Nobuo; fiction by Hawai‘i writer Cedric Yamanaka; essays by Ken Lamberton and Dorie Bargmann; “Brief Lives,” a collection of short memoirs by Leon Edel, Marjorie Sinclair, Virgil Suarez, Gao Da, Kimiko Hahn, and others; and “Stories in the Stepmother Tongue,” a collection of fiction by writers whose native language is not English.

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