Kingsway

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Arsenal Pulp Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Poetry - 64 pages
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A collection of linked poems inspired by Kingsway, Vancouver's oldest thoroughfare, which is neither a "street" nor an "avenue" but a "way" of thinking-about cities, people, and different points of view. It demarcates the community of the living: a thoroughfare that is repeated in cities across the country, a world of strip malls, Chinese restaurants, and car repair shops. Kingsway is a place to get lost, to lose oneself-both a starting point and a destination.

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About the author (1995)

Born in North Vancouver, Canada, 1962. Fiction and poetry: Company Town (1991), Hard Core Logo (1993), Kingsway (1995), American Whiskey Bar (1997), and The Pornographer's Poem (1999). Awards include the 1999 BC Book Prize for Fiction and a 1996 Genie Award for Music/Original Song; as well, a finalist for the 1991 Dorothy Livesay BC Book Prize for Poetry. Lives in Vancouver, where, in addition to books and screenplays, he writes art essays and edits ArsenalAdvance, a literary/visual art imprint he founded with Arsenal Pulp Press in 1998.

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