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Roo Borson

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André Alexis wins 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize for Fifteen Dogs
In his acceptance speech, André Alexis thanked his family and his dear friend, the poet Roo Borson, who helped him come up with the novel's title. Alexis' previous novels include Pastoral, Asylum and Childhood. The authors shortlisted for the 2015 ...
Q&A: Pedlar Press founder Beth Follett on her mission to become a “publisher
Things changed around the time that Roo Borson gave me a manuscript (Personal History), and we published Jan Zwicky (The Book of Frog) and Stan Dragland (The Drowned Lands, The Bricoleur & His Sentences) – these are older players in literary ...
Julie Bruck's Monkey Ranch: A success by any measure
If you're the gambling type, 2012 is a hard year to place your bets on winners in the poetry world. Many of this country's most ingenious, successful and respected poets (Roo Borson, Anne Carson, Dennis Lee, Don McKay, A.F.
Poet's debut full of surprises
It doesn't get much bigger in poetry circles than the Griffin prize, the planet's most lucrative honour for verse, as well as one of the most prestigious.
TO's summer of love
Toronto poet Roo Borson's older brother made sand candles and beautiful dulcimers. That was typical. And there was much sleeping around among friends and acquaintances in the communal houses and crash pads.

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