Knotting-Off the Aughts: The Master List

The knotting-off series ran in Vox Populism in November and December of 2009. Now that the list has ran its course, here is a convenient reference point for those of you trying to catch up with the project.

Introduction to Vox Pop’s Ten Favourites.
November 5th

#10, Jason Camlot’s The Debaucher
(Insomniac, 2008)   November 8th
Theme of the Discussion: Revelry

#9. Sue Goyette’s Undone
(Brick, 2004)   November 9th
Theme of the Discussion: Honesty

#8. Bill Kennedy and Darren Wershler-Henry’s Apostrophe
(ECW, 2006)    November 12th
Theme of the Discussion: Invention

#7. Kevin Connolly’s drift
(Anansi, 2005)  November 16th
Theme of the Discussion: Variety

#6. Deanna Young’s Drunkard’s Path
(Gaspereau, 2001). December 1st
Theme of the Discussion: Necessity

#5. Adam Dickinson’s Cartography and Walking
(Brick, 2002) November 24th
Theme of the Discussion: Misreading

#4. Mary Dalton’s Merrybegot
(Signal/Vehicule, 2003) December 8th
Theme of the Discussion: Stewardship

#3. Karen Solie’s Modern and Normal
(Brick, 2005) December 13th
Theme of the Discussion: Education

#2. Christian Bök’s Eunoia
(Coach House, 2001) December 16th
Theme of the Discussion: Effort

Honourable Mentions and Dishonourable Traits, Part One.
December 19th

Honourable Mentions and Dishonourable Traits, Part Two.
December 20th

#1. Dionne Brand’s Inventory
(McClelland & Stewart, 2006) December 24th
Theme of the Discussion: Observation

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