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Thing Feigned or Imagined: The Craft in Fiction
     

Thing Feigned or Imagined: The Craft in Fiction

by Fred Stenson
 

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"Somebody commissioned to design the perfect writing mentor would probably come back with Fred Stenson. Stenson is wise, funny, and blessedly enthusiastic about the craft of writing. This is a book real writers are going to use, again and again."--Curtis Gillespie, Playing Through and The Progress of an Object in Motion"In Thing Feigned or Imagined, Stenson takes his

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"Somebody commissioned to design the perfect writing mentor would probably come back with Fred Stenson. Stenson is wise, funny, and blessedly enthusiastic about the craft of writing. This is a book real writers are going to use, again and again."--Curtis Gillespie, Playing Through and The Progress of an Object in Motion"In Thing Feigned or Imagined, Stenson takes his readers into the workshop of the writer, examining both basic and seldom-considered aspects of the craft of fiction. The result is illuminating: a book that writers of all levels of expertise will cherish."--Merna Summers

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"Stenson is the equal of anyone working this ground--his voice is a master's, and Lightning is a commanding novel." --Leif Enger, author of Peace Like A River"With Lightning, [Stenson] becomes Canada's answer to the likes of Larry McMurtry and Cormac McCarthy." --Edmonton Journal"Marvellous characters break free of all fictional constraints, walk straight out of the book and grab you by the cojones." --The Globe and Mail

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780920159934
Publisher:
Banff Centre Press
Publication date:
09/28/2002
Pages:
234
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.64(d)

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Fred Stenson is the author of thirteen books, including four novels: Lonesome Hero, Last One Home, The Trade and Lightning. He is the recipient of the George Bugnet Novel Award, the City of Edmonton Book Prize and a Giller Prize nomination for The Trade, two AMPIA awards for best documentary script and the Canadian Authors Association Silver Medal for Lonesome Hero. He is the winner of the $25,000 Grant MacEwan Author Prize. He lives in Calgary with his wife, the author and professor Pamela Banting. He has two children.

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