Threshold: An Anthology of Contemporary Writing from Alberta
University of Alberta, 1999 - Fiction - 270 pages
A dynamic collection of Alberta's vibrant literary culture. Established names and emerging talents are brought together to demonstrate the outstanding calibre of writing in the province. Features contributions by Greg Hollingshead, Kristjana Gunnars, Rudy Wiebe, Myrna Kostash, E.D. Blodgett, Suzette Mayr, Thomas Wharton, Claire Harris, Fred Wah, and many others.
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