Frederick Mundle majored in Psychology and graduated with a BA in 1978. In the same year, he won the Edwin Flaherty Prize in Creative Writing. He has published poetry in a wide assortment of journals, and, under the pseudonym babalabean, a series of childrens books. He currently lives in Dalhousie, where he is a senior pastor at Victory Lighthouse.
edited by Russell Hunt & Douglas Vipond
St. Thomas University has nurtured exemplary people for a century from its first alighting in Newcastle to its current perch on a Fredericton hilltop. Here, in celebration of St. Thomass 100th anniversary, is the first-ever collection of fiction, poetry, and prose by the universitys most celebrated writers, including David Adams Richards, Sh …