The Moosehead Anthology 4: Thoroughly Edited by Steve LuxtonThe Moosehead Anthology 4: Thoroughly Edited by Steve Luxton

The Moosehead Anthology 4: Thoroughly Edited

EditorSteve Luxton

Paperback | August 16, 1992

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Moosehead IV contains an intriguing selection of novels-in-progress by, among others, Daphne Marlatt, Diane Schoem-perlen, and Gail Scott -- state of the art Canadian fiction, vivacious, narratively adventurous, never overly respectful of received ideas and forms. April Bulmer, Maria Endicott, Ruth Taylor, Di Brandt, Charlotte Hussey, Todd Swift...

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Born in Coverntry, England, Steve Luxton lives in Montreal and also near Ayers Cliff in the rural eastern Townships of Quebec. He has taught and teaches at John Abbott College and Concordia University in the city. An original editor of both Matrix and The Moosehead Review, his first complete book of poems the hills that pass by was pub...
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Title:The Moosehead Anthology 4: Thoroughly EditedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.24 inPublished:August 16, 1992Publisher:DC BOOKS

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ISBN - 10:0919688306

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This continuing collection examines the works of a new generation of Canadian writers. The Moosehead Anthology IV contains an intriguing selection of novels-in-progress by such up and coming Canadian writers as Daphne Marlatt, Diane Schoemperlen and Gail Scott. It also includes stories, sonnets and lyrics from such writers as April Bulmer, Maria Endicott and Charlotte Hussey. This is a must for every fan serious about Canadian literature.