Vancouver Walking

By Meredith Quartermain

Vancouver Walking
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Journey along Vancouver’s city streets, past its landmarks, through the sounds and smells of Chinatown. Ramble along the seawall on English Bay, ride the curving streets to Kitsilano on a winter afternoon, and experience the vibrant sights and sounds of the city’s history ... Read more


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Journey along Vancouver’s city streets, past its landmarks, through the sounds and smells of Chinatown. Ramble along the seawall on English Bay, ride the curving streets to Kitsilano on a winter afternoon, and experience the vibrant sights and sounds of the city’s history as it jostles for a place in the present.

Meredith Quartermain

Meredith Quartermain is a poet and novelist living inVancouver, British Columbia. Her first book of poetry, VancouverWalking, won a BC Book Award for poetry; Recipes fromthe Red Planet was a finalist for a BC Book Award for fiction;and Nightmarker was a finalist for a Vancouver Book Award.A novel, Rupert’s Land, was released by NeWest Press in Fall2013. She has since published a collection of stories entitledI, Bartleby and a second novel, U Girl. She is also cofounder ofNomados Literary Publishers, who have brought out more than50 chapbooks of innovative Canadian and US writing since 2002.From 2014 to 2016, she was Poetry Mentor in the SFU Writer’sStudio Program, and she has enjoyed leading workshops atthe Kootenay School of Writing, The Toronto New School ofWriting and Naropa University.

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