Category Archives: Captivity Tales

Review excerpt for Captivity Tales: Quill & Quire

“Compulsively readable.” —Quill & Quire

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Review excerpt for Captivity Tales: Canadian Book Review Annual

“Hay’s interweaving of recollection, remembrance, association, history, biography and Native legend is nothing short of brilliant.” —Canadian Book Review Annual

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Review excerpt for Captivity Tales: Books in Canada

“A poetic compilation, like a Hieronymous Bosch scene, pulsing with images and sounds that resonate against one another… A bittersweet chorale of whispers about absence and longing. I recommend bending an ear.” —Books in Canada

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12 or 20 Questions Interview with Rob McLennan

1 – How did your first book change your life? I was living in New York City, and shortly before Crossing the Snow Line came out from Black Moss Press, the poet Fred Wah happened to visit me and he warned me not … Continue reading

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In Conversation: The New Quarterly interview

Elizabeth Hay in Conversation with The New Quarterly Magazine, originally published in spring 2009. The original item is published here with permission of the magazine. Elizabeth Hay – In Conversation With Hannah Albert I began this conversation with Elizabeth Hay … Continue reading

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