TAMARACK REVIEW (68 of 83 issues) by WEAVER, Robert, editor

TAMARACK REVIEW (68 of 83 issues)

Toronto: Tamarack Review. Paper covers. 68 of the 83 issues, #1, Autumn, 1956 - #83/84, Winter, 1982. Lacking numbers 51,64,65,67,68,70, 71,72,74,77,78-82. Condition is VG or better. "Tamarack Review (1956-82), a literary magazine founded at an especially bleak time for Canadian literary reviews. John Sutherland's NORTHERN REVIEW had ceased publication, and for some years Tamarack Review had the field virtually to itself. It filled the space with distinction until it ceased publication. Robert Weaver was the leading spirit in the founding of Tamarack and remained its most active editor to the end, although Anne Wilkinson, William Toye and John Robert Colombo also played considerable roles. Tamarack Review covered all literary genres, publishing fiction, poetry, travel memoirs, autobiography, criticism and even drama." - Canadian Encyclopedia. In its day, it was THE little magazine for English-Canadian writers. Tout le monde was published there. Note: heavy parcel (13.5 kg), extra shipping will be required. Shipping outside of North America will be expensive. 45x32x21 cm.; Octavo

Book ID: 53370
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