This is Me Since Yesterday

By (author): Alexandra Leggat

Alexandra Leggat, the author of Moondogging and numerous book and music reviews, puts on the page the remarkable texts that she is renowned for performing at spoken word events all over Toronto.


Alexandra Leggat

Alexandra Leggat is the author of the short story collections Animal (short listed for the 23rd Annual Trillium Award), Meet Me in the Parking Lot, Pull Gently, Tear Here (nominated for the Danuta Gleed First Fiction Award) and a collection of poetry entitled This is me since yesterday. Her columns, articles and reviews have appeared in The Globe and Mail, This Magazine and Toro online. Her poetry, fiction and essays have been published in journals across the U.S. Canada and the U.K. She studied journalism at Ryerson University, Drama at the Toronto High school for the Performing Arts. She teaches creative writing classes at the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies, is a tutor and freelance writer.


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64 Pages
5.5in * 4.5in * 0.25in


January 16, 1998


Coach House Books



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