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The Moosehead Anthology 6: Sudden Fiction
     

The Moosehead Anthology 6: Sudden Fiction

by Steve Luxton (Editor)
 

Time grows short. The millennium has come. Mass media toil at the surface of their artificial screens to peddle us the quickest clips with the most edits. We too feel a deep urgency but find neither consolation nor nourishment in that flickering gibberish. In the grand race for closure (and for new beginnings), our feverish attentions find appetite and time only

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Time grows short. The millennium has come. Mass media toil at the surface of their artificial screens to peddle us the quickest clips with the most edits. We too feel a deep urgency but find neither consolation nor nourishment in that flickering gibberish. In the grand race for closure (and for new beginnings), our feverish attentions find appetite and time only for the most abridged but telling tales. We seek latter-day songs that savvy our condition: prose poems, sudden fictions, short shorts, flash fiction by the likes of...
Robert Allen, Bert Almon, Krestin Andrychuk, Jessica Argyle, Byrna Barclay, Maxianne Berger, Roo Borson, Per Brask, Andy Brown, Mary Di Michele, Lydia Eugene, M.A.C. Ferrant, Golda Fried, Daegan Fryklind, Gary Geddes, P.J. Holdstock, Dean Irvine, Liane Keightley, Catherine Kidd, Lazer Lederhendler, Robert Majzels, Kim Maltman, Amanda Marchand, Taien Ng-Chan, Ken Norris, Heather O'Neill, Gerry Shikitani, J.J. Steinfeld, Anne Stone, Todd Swift, Diana Tegenkamp.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780919688377
Publisher:
Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Limited
Publication date:
08/16/1997
Series:
Moosehead Anthologies Series , #6
Pages:
74
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

Meet the Author

Born in Coverntry, England, Steve Luxton lives in Montreal and also near Ayers Cliff in the rural eastern Townships of Quebec. He has taught and teaches at John Abbott College and Concordia University in the city. An original editor of both Matrix and The Moosehead Review, his first complete book of poems the hills that pass by was published in 1987, his second Iridium in 1993, and his third Luna Moth and Other Poems in 2004. In the Vision of Birds is his fourth complete collection.

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