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Julie Bruck and Jan Conn. Julie launched her new collection, Monkey Ranch (Brick, 2012). Until the Tree vid is up, you can try this audio sample. Jan launched her brand new collection Edge Effects (Brick, 2012).

The workshop was a look into translation and what the process is to transliterate and translate. What considerations are involved to catch the intention of the first writer?

Next Tree, Oct. 9 will be Jan Zwicky and Méira Cook, with a Tree Seed Workshop, also free and also open to all, with L.M. Rochefort giving a look at the Imagists.

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  1. Bruck is in the short list for the governor general’s award:

    for poetry:
    Julie Bruck, San Francisco, Calif. (originally from Montreal),
    Monkey Ranch
    (Brick Books; distributed by LitDistCo)

    David McGimpsey, Montreal, Li’l Bastard
    (Coach House Books; distributed by LitDistCo)

    A. F. Moritz, Toronto, The New Measures
    (House of Anansi Press; distributed by HarperCollins Canada)

    Lisa Pasold, Toronto, Any Bright Horse
    (Frontenac House; distributed by Alpine Book Peddlers)

    James Pollock, Madison, Wis. (originally from Southern Ontario), Sailing to Babylon
    (Able Muse Press; distributed by Ingram Book Company)

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