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Rip Rap

Fiction and Poetry from The Banff Centre for the Arts

edited by Edna Alford; Don McKay & Rhea Tregebov

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anthologies (multiple authors), canadian
list price: $17.95
edition:Paperback
category: Fiction
published: 1999
ISBN:9780920159651
publisher: Banff Centre Press
Description

In this second collection from The Banff Centre's Writing Studio program, forty-one accomplished writers share some of the poetry and fiction that grew from their Banff writing experience. In celebration of the Writing Studio's twenty-fifth anniversary, Rip Rap joins Meltwater as an important gathering of Banff Centre alumni, a tribute to the continuing influence of Banff on the lives and careers of writers across the country. The selections in Rip Rap are infused with a fresh perspective, offering a rare and intelligent clarity of vision. In joining the path travelled by so many before them, each writer adds his or her voice to the bedrock--both of Banff's writing community and of Canada's literary landscape.

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Editorial Review

"... the editors were looking for pieces that made them tingle ... and to which they hoped the reader would also be drawn. Many of the chosen pieces are reflective, rich with detail, and composed with strong and definitive voices."--Wendy Boulding, Prairie Books NOW

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About the Authors

Edna Alford

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Don McKay

Don McKay has published 8 books of poetry. Since 1975 he has served as editor and publisher with Brick Books. He taught creative writing and English literature at the University of Western Ontario and the University of New Brunswick for 27 years before resigning to write and edit poetry full-time. From 1991 to 1996 he edited The Fiddlehead magazine, and he has also served as a faculty resource person at the Sage Hill Writing Experience and The Banff Centre for the Arts, where he currently holds the position of Associate Director, Poetry, Writing & Publishing. He now lives in British Columbia. He has won the Governor General's Award for Poetry twice, for Another Gravity and for Night Field. His work has also received the National Magazine Award and the Canadian Authors Association Award, and has been shortlisted for the Griffin Prize.
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Rhea Tregebov

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