W. Mark Giles's fiction and other writing have appeared in magazines and papers across the country, including the 'Malahat Review', 'Geist', 'The New Quarterly', 'NeWest Review', 'Grain', 'The Antigonish Review', and 'Canadian Fiction Magazine'. He has studied at the Banff Centre, the University of Calgary, and has worked with Edna Alford, Fred Stenson, and Aritha van Herk. His non-fiction columns and reviews have appeared in the 'Calgary Sun' and the 'Calgary Herald'. Mark currently lives in Calgary.
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