Stupid Crimes

By Dennis E. Bolen

Stupid Crimes
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Stupid Crimes grows like a map of East Vancouver, and stretches from Little Italy to Chinatown. Using Barry Delta, parole officer, as an entreé to this world of the shady, the blue collar, and the deeply bruised, Dennis E. Bolen has increased the range of consciousness and language ... Read more


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Stupid Crimes grows like a map of East Vancouver, and stretches from Little Italy to Chinatown. Using Barry Delta, parole officer, as an entreé to this world of the shady, the blue collar, and the deeply bruised, Dennis E. Bolen has increased the range of consciousness and language at play.

Dennis E. Bolen

Dennis E. Bolen is a novelist, editor, teacher and journalist, first published in 1975 (Canadian Fiction Magazine). He holds a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Victoria (1977) and an MFA (Writing) from the University of British Columbia (1989), and taught Introductory Creative Writing at UBC from 1995 to 1997.

 

In 1989 Mr. Bolen helped establish the international literary journal subTerrain, and served there as fiction editor for ten years. He has acted as a community editorial board member at the Vancouver Sun and sat on the boards of a literacy advocacy organization, a literary collective and a theatre company. He has written criticism, social commentary, arts advocacy and editorial opinion for numerous journals and newspapers in Canada.

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