Monday, August 13, 2007

Forgotten & Neglected (encore une fois)

If the poets featured in Arc's special "Forgotten and Neglected" issue haven't got enough attention lately, the same can't be said of the magazine. A nice article in the Globe and Mail today, courtesy of Guy Dixon. Unfortunately, Dixon doesn't mention Kenneth Leslie at all. And he makes the bizarre assertion that Irving Layton's vast oeuvre is characterized by "sparseness," which is a bit like saying that Layton was shy and retiring as a person.

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