Je T'aime, Cowboy

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Goose Lane, 1993 - Fiction - 200 pages
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In Montreal, sex and politics frequently mix, and T.F. Rigelhof's stories are both sexy and political. His contemporary cowboys -- immature, vulnerable men hoping to achieve masculinity by wearing leather boots, playing with guns, listening to Tom Waits -- get the treatment they deserve: ironic understanding.

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About the author (1993)

T.F. Rigelhof teaches the history of religion at Dawson College in Montreal. A fiction writer and literary essayist, he is a featured book reviewer for The Globe and Mail. His reviews have also appeared in The National Post, Canadian Fiction Magazine, Paragraph, and Canadian Notes & Queries. His memoir, A Blue Boy in a Black Dress, was shortlisted for the 1995 Governor General's Award and won the QSPELL Award for non-fiction. His novel Badass on a Softail, a finalist for the 1997 Prix Parizeau, appeared in French in fall 2003 as La Rose morte and his story collection, Je t'aime Cowboy, was released in French under the same title in March 2004.

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