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Running Unconscious

by (author) Peter McPhee

Coach House Books
Initial publish date
Jan 1998
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    Publish Date
    Jan 1998
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Running Unconscious is the first collection of poetry by Toronto poet and poetry promoter Peter McPhee. 'Never Trust a Polar Bear in Shades,' 'Leaning against a lamppost at the corner of King and Diversity,' and, of course, 'Why the Stegosaurus is my favourite dinosaur' — Running Unconscious assembles all the McPhee classics in one good-lookin' volume.

About the author

PETER McPHEE, a Southern Alberta-based writer, was for many years an editor and film critic for the Winnipeg Sun. His plays have been produced at Winnipeg's Prairie Theatre Exchange and Calgary's Alberta Theatre Projects. He has written several books for both children and young adults, including Runner and A Way with Horses, both Canadian Children's Book Centre "Our Choice" Selections.

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