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Saskatchewan Hockey

Our Passion for Canada's Game

edited by Allan Safarik

Publisher
MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.
Initial publish date
Sep 2018
Category
Hockey
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781772761108
    Publish Date
    Sep 2018
    List Price
    $19.95

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Description

Saskatchewan produces more NHL players per capita than any other place in the world. From dugout and pond hockey on farms in rural Saskatchewan to hockey in First Nations communities, small town rinks and urban arenas, this collection from some of Saskatchewan's best writers illustrates the Prairie passion and devotion to the game called hockey.

Contributing writers include: Stephen Michael Berzensky, Bill Boyd, Kelley Jo Burke, Lorna Crozier, Robert Currie, Calvin Daniels, Darrell Davis, Wes Fineday, Myrna Garanis, Gerald Hill, Gary Hyland, Michael P. J. Kennedy, Don Kerr, Laurie Muirhead, James O'Shea, Dolores Reimer, William Robertson, Mansel Robinson, Allan Safarik, Stephen Scriver, Glen Sorestad, Maureen Ullrich and Brenda Zeman.

About the author

Allan Safarik was born in Vancouver and raised in a commercial fishing family on Vancouver Heights in North Burnaby where he spent much of his childhood exploring the waterfront when he wasn't playing soccer in East End parks. He is the author of fourteen books of poetry, is an editor and was a co-founder of Blackfish Press in British Columbia. In 1986, he edited the award winning anthology Vancouver Poetry. Safarik, a long time resident of White Rock, BC, currently resides in Dundurn, Saskatchewan and teaches Imaginative Writing at St. Peter's College in Muenster. Safarik won the 2003 John V. Hicks Manuscript Award for Literary Non-Fiction and the Saskatchewan Book Award for Poetry (in the name of Anne Szumigalski) for When Light Falls from the Sun Hagios Press. He has a B.A. in English from Simon Fraser University. His recent books include Yellowgrass (Hagios, 2008) and The Day is a Cold Grey Stone (Hagios 2010).

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