Tony Steele was a part-time member of the English Department from 2000 to 2004. Much of his career was at the University of Manitoba. He has published poems in many literary magazines and in four books: A Slanting/Line (N. Young, 1966), The Dance of the Minotaur (Capricorn, 1970), The Dancer (Wild Columbine, 1995), and Impossible Landscapes: Poems Narrative and Lyrical (Broken Jaw, 2005). He is retired and living in Fredericton.
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 …