Robert Strandquist's work has appeared in 'subTerrain', 'The Capilano Review', 'Prairie Fire', 'Fiddlehead', 'Grain', 'Event', and 'Canadian Fiction Magazine'. Mr. Strandquist has an MFA from the University of British Columbia and has received several writing awards, including a Canadian Authors' Association award for poetry. He grew up in Nelson, BC and now resides in Vancouver. Strandquist has one novel, 'The Dreamlife of Bridges', and two collections of short stories, 'A Small Dog Barking' and 'The Inanimate World', published by Anvil Press.
Another year, another slew of awards, another night of regrets crawling into bed with books you barely know. With ties draped around our necks and neglected mascara gone semi-permanent, we bring you our favourite column on our worst feeling: the literary award hangover. Last ... Read more
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