Two From The North

Well, look what’s come slithering through my letterbox this week! Two new Surrealist publications from Canada. Wet off the press.

First up, the Ottawa Surrealist Group’s irregular periodical Chimera makes a splash with its “flood issue”. Inspired and/or provoked by the 2017 and 2019 Ottawa river floods, it contains games, dream reports and other damp deliriums.

For further info and to request a copy of Chimera, contact the Ottawa Surrealist Group.

Then comes the second spurt with the arrival of The Oystercatcher. This issue of the Surrealist-anarchist magazine sees editorial team Ron Sakolsky and Sheila Nopper being joined by Gorgon favourite Janice Hathaway, whose “transmorgraphy” technique produces a lavish centrefold.

The issue also features texts, games, images and reviews, including a new tract by Paris Surrealist Guy Girard, an appreciation of Laura Corsiglia by Terri Geis, and a tribute to Diane di Prima by Penelope Rosemont.

For further info and to request a copy of The Oystercatcher, contact Ron Sakolsky.

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4 thoughts on “Two From The North

  1. Ron Sakolsky’s anarchist history of surrealism – Dreams of Anarchy and the Anarchy of Dreams (Autonomedia) – is out now.

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