Young Bloods: Stories from Exile 1972-2001

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Barry Callaghan
Exile Editions, Ltd., 2001 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Twenty-three writers of verve and variety are brought together in this collection of powerful stories from Exile: The Literary Quarterly. Contributors include Andrishak, Davis, Green, Hardy, Hayward, Jordan, Keating, Niedzviecki, Phinney, and many more.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION Barry Callaghan
1
SHORT FILMS FROM
12
PIGBABY Elizabeth Ukrainetz
38
SAINT AUGUSTINE Alexandre Amprimoz
61
THE SEXOGRAPHER Hal Neidzviecki
74
ITS A HARD COW Terry Jordan
85
THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLD Darren Gluckman
100
THE LAKE Joe Rosenblatt
110
ALWAYS NIGHT Claire De
140
MIDNIGHT ROBBER Nalo Hopkinson
147
THE RATCATCHER Aaron Woodley
154
RAT MEDICINE Lauren Davis
177
THE SALEM LETTER Diane Keating
195
THE KILLER INSIDE Anne Dandurand
209
RAGGEDY ANN Kristily Green
217
GRIEF Elizabeth Phinney
237

EMILY LEAVES THE GARDEN Fran Muir
119

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About the author (2001)

Barry Callaghan is a former professor at York University, the founder of Exile Editions, and editor of Exile: A Literary Quarterly.

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