Books tagged: Anthologies: General

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transVersing

By For the Love of Learning

Originally produced for the stage by Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland and For the Love of Learning, transVersing features some of Newfoundland’s most vibrant and necessary trans-youth voices. Gathering the work of Violet Drake, Daze Jefferies, Fionn Shea, Perin Squires, Taylor ... Read more

Twenty Years at Play

Edited by Jerry Wasserman

Vancouver’s New Play Centre led the way in developing and producing the work of playwrights from Western Canada for the emergent Canadian theatre in the 1970s. The New Play Centre has been a major force in Canadian cultural life for two decades; it retains its dual role as ... Read more

W'daub Awae, Speaking True

Edited by Warren Cariou
By Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm & Daniel Heath Justice

Additional contributors to this collection include: Richard Van Camp, Joanne Arnott, Marilyn Dumont, Greg Scofield, John McDonald, Rolland Nadjiwon, Lesley Belleau, Al Hunter, Joseph Dandurand (Tony), Basil Johnston, and David Groulx.

Wanting Everything

By Gladys Hindmarch
Edited by Deanna Fong & Karis Shearer

Wanting Everything presents the collected works of Vancouver writer Gladys Hindmarch. In addition to reproducing newly revised editions of her book-length works (The Peter Stories, A Birth Account, and The Watery Part of the World), the volume collects unpublished works of prose ... Read more

Wherever I Find Myself

Edited by Miriam Matejova

An anthology of Canadian immigrant women and their experiences of being caught between the world of their past and the world of their future. In this third anthology in the Canadian women series by Caitlin Press, Canadian immigrant women from a variety of ethnicities and intersecting ... Read more

Why We Write

Edited by H Nigel Thomas

In this volume, African Canadian novelists and poets discuss the complexities of the writing experience. Most of the writers interviewed here are humanists; i. e., they see their work as serious depictions of the human condition, admit that their works are informed by an African ... Read more