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91.1/2 Spring/Summer 2012ANTHONY STEWART, EDITOR
This issue of The Dalhousie Review marks my last as its editor. I began my term in July 2007, taking over from my friend and mentor, Robert Martin. It has now been five years, during which time The Review has updated its layout, digitized its extensive catalogue of back issues (which will eventually be available to subscribers), revived its website, and focused more on fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and reviews of books published by Canadian presses than it had previously. In concentrating on creative rather than critical scholarly work my thinking was that we should accentuate what we do best—publishing excellent fiction and poetry—in order to engage the intelligent general reader who is not looking to read the kind of work best presented in specialized academic journals. As a result, we have been able to publish far more short stories and poems...
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