George Bowering writes fiction, literary criticism, history and poetry, and he writes for theatre. He founded the literary journal Imago. He lives in Vancouver.
To a fifteen-year-old boy, even women in comic books were a turn-on. more
Any award that is done by committee is suspect in one way or another. more
You have been followed by a writer: a spy with a panic
She carries my chair,she carries my walker,she carries my commode,she drops my heart so hard it breaks into a hundred pieces more
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