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To order a copy of a back issue, call us at (416) 340-8026 or email us at publisher [AT] fusemagazine [DOT] org.

The cost of each back issue is gauged by year of publication and quantity left in stock, but you can always buy a PDF of the full issue for $5. All prices are in CAD and do not include shipping. Please contact us for pricing.

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FUSE 20-1: Winter 1997

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FUSE 20-1: Winter 1997

This issue of FUSE connects the politics of identity, food and representation.

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FUSE 20-2: Spring 1997

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FUSE 20-2: Spring 1997

This anniversary edition of FUSE brings together a selection of thirty pieces: articles, interviews, reports and reviews from the past twenty years. Contributors include heavy hitters Dot Tuer, Bruce Barber, John Greyson and Sara Diamond.

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FUSE 20-3: June 1997

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FUSE 20-3: June 1997

In this issue, we address topographies, geographies and social space, and advance our interrogation of nationalism and difference over current events.

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FUSE 20-4: August 1997

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FUSE 20-4: August 1997

In this issue Aoife Mac Namara’s feature article on Wilie Doherty, Daniel Yon’s interview with British cultural theorist Kobena Mercer and Katarzyna Rukszto’s column on the selling of Canadian culture, the pertinent issues of representation, race, nation, colonial histories and community are problematized and critically reflected on.

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FUSE 21-1: Winter 1998

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FUSE 21-1: Winter 1998

In this issue of FUSE we encourage oozing. Some may see us as victims of our own hedonistic wound-licking. In this issue, writers, performers, comic artists, and students indulge in confessional narratives, licking to their hearts’ content.

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FUSE 21-2: Spring 1998

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FUSE 21-2: Spring 1998

The concerns and positions of the articles that FUSE has published over the last twenty years are always diverse. This issue of FUSE is no different. Articles ranging from the consideration of art practices in Turkey and Argentina; to articles discussing the challenges that exhibiting artists must deal with; to articles investigating the tensions between ethnic absolutism and hybridity in Native cultures; to the return of performance art; to book reviews, CD reviews and reviews of various festivals, this issue of FUSE is filled with considerations of various communities.

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FUSE 21-3: Summer 1998

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FUSE 21-3: Summer 1998

It seems appropriate to preface any given interview with a caveat in the spirit of Magritte: This is not a spoken conversation. An interview is a translation from spoken to written word and ultimately must succeed in the latter form.

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FUSE 21-4: Fall 1998

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FUSE 21-4: Fall 1998

In keeping with FUSE’s tradition of covering the arts and their cultural context, this issue considers how a sense of place and location is now dominated by an all-consuming surge toward globalization. A dislocation of artists’ practices ensues from these conditions.

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FUSE 22-1: Winter 1999

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FUSE 22-1: Winter 1999

At this time of year when temperatures are at their lowest and the sun peeks only half-heartedly over the southern horizon, many minds and some bodies in Canada turn to the south. At the same time, many people in the Caribbean look longingly, if ambivalently, toward North America. The International Monetary Fund and other branches of global capitalism’s police force have fostered large-scale un- and underemployment in the Caribbean, and have torn mercilessly at what little safety net existed.

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