Intersections: Fiction and Poetry from the Banff Centre for the Arts Paperback – 1 Sep 2000
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Everything from the sublime to the clever and the profound to the profane is found between the covers. Dayna Connoly, SummitUp
"Everything from the sublime to the clever and the profound to the profane is found between the covers."--Dayna Connoly, SummitUp
About the Author
Edna Alford is the author of two collections of short fiction, A Sleep Full of Dreams and The Garden of Eloise Loon. She received the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award (co-winner) in 1981 and the Marian Engel Award for fiction in 1988. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies including The Oxford Collection of Canadian Short Stories, The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women, Best Canadian Stories and others. She was co-founder and co-editor of Dandelion magazine, fiction editor of Grain magazine (1985-90) and has co-edited the Banff Centre Press anthologies Meltwater, Rip Rap and Intersections. Edna continues to edit and teach fiction as well as work on her own creative writing. She was the writer-in-residence at the Francis Morrison Library in Saskatoon in 2001 and is currently associate director for prose in the Writing Studio at The Banff Centre, in addition to being the program head of Writing With Style.
Rhea Tregebov is the author of six critically acclaimed books of poetry, most recently (alive): New and selected poems (Wolsak & Wynn, 2004). She has also published five popular children's picture books including The Big Storm and What-If Sara, which are set in Winnipeg. She has edited ten anthologies of essays, poetry and fiction, most recently Arguing with the Storm. Her work has received a number of literary prizes, including the Tiny Torgi award (for The Big Storm) as well as the Pat Lowther Award, Prairie Schooner Readers' Choice Award, and the Malahat Review Long Poem Award for her poetry. The Knife Sharpener's Bell is her first novel. Born in Saskatoon and raised in Winnipeg, Rhea received her undergraduate education in Winnipeg. She did postgraduate studies at Cornell and Boston Universities.