TISH magazine 1961-1969: another "sense of things"
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AbstractThe original nineteen issues of TISH magazine edited by Fred Wah, George Bowering, Frank Davey and others have been studied extensively. However, although they have not been reprinted or studied, the twenty-six issues produced in the six years after those editors left the magazine continued to be a working ground for the Vancouver literary community,iiTISH Magazine 1961-1969: another 'sense of things'" examines both TISHthe magazine, and its various imprints and associated projects: TISHtapes, TISHbooks and MOTION: a prose newsletter. The magazine and its imprints were nodes for community exploration and gradually became charged spaces for social and political activism. This thesis examines the post Davey et al issues of TISH as a single node within a rhizomatic network of communities and transcribes and indexes TISH issues 20 through 45(E) as well as MOTION numbers 1 through 6 returning these issues to print and allowing further study.
Bibliography: p. 81-91