new online issue of CANADA & BEYOND

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    Pilar Cuder-Dominguez

    Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies has
    just published its latest issue at We invite you
    to browse the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review
    articles and items of interest.

    Thanks for your continuing interest in our work,
    Pilar Cuder-Domínguez and Belén Martín Lucas, General Editors

    Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies
    Vol 3, No 1-2 (2013)
    Table of Contents

    Marie Carrière, Libe García Zarranz

    Translation on Edge: The Wager of Multilingual Poetics in Tessera’s Last
    Volumes (2002-2005)
    Elena Basile

    Bodies at Risk: Urban Danger in Zsuzsi Gartner’s “City of my Dreams”
    and Maggie Helwig’s Girls Fall Down
    Domenic A Beneventi

    A Web of Words: Forging Writer-Researcher Alliances in the Canadian Writing
    Research Collaboratory
    Susan Brown, Aritha Van Herk

    Mobilité des féminins dans quelques récits dystopiques franco-québécois
    et anglo-canadiens: indice d’agentivité ?
    Nicole Côté

    Figuring an Ethical Reading Practice: Anne Carson’s ‘Whaching’
    Keegan Cook Finberg

    Dystopie au féminin chez Nelly Arcan : lecture métaféministe
    Marine Gheno

    Les trahisons montréalaises dans Le manteau de la femme de l’Est
    Simon Harel

    Transgressive Textualities: Translating References to Gender, Sexuality and
    Corporeality in Nelly Arcan’s Putain and Paradis, clef en main
    Pauline Henry-Tierney

    Transversal Alliances: White Fantasies of Indigeneity in Suzanne
    Desrochers’s Bride of New France
    Eva C. Karpinski

    Parole de femme en Ontario français : subjectivité, agentivité et
    transgression dans les Carnets de déraison de Guylaine Tousignant
    Johanne Melançon

    Written in “Women’s Ink”: French Translation and Female Power in Carol
    Shields’s Unless
    Nora Foster Stovel

    Extinctathon: Margaret Atwood’s Urge for an Immanent Episteme in Oryx and
    Crake and The Year of the Flood
    Margrit Talpalaru

    Postcolonial Betrayal? Mysticism and the Past in Nicole Brossard’s Hier
    and Diane Schoemperlen’s Our Lady of the Lost and Found
    Marie Vautier

    Giving the 21st Century a Try: Canadian and Québécois Women Writers as
    Christl Verduyn

    Sentenced Poetics
    Nicole Markotić

    Run On
    Susan Halbrook

    Two Reclaimed Territories
    Sonnet L’Abbé

    Meredith Quartermain

    Forecast unwrit
    Weyman Chan

    Kate Hargreaves

    Ted Kramolc in Slovenian Diasporic Literature in Canada
    Igor Maver

    Canada and Beyond

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