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David Macfarlane

David Macfarlane is the author of the acclaimed family memoir of Newfoundland, The Danger Tree, which won the Canadian Authors Association Award for Non-Fiction in 1992. He began his career as a writer and editor with Weekend Magazine and has since been published in Saturday Night, Maclean's, Toronto Life, and Books in Canada. He is the recipient of eleven National Magazine Awards, the Sovereign Award for Magazine Journalism, an Author's Award for Magazine Writing, and a recent national newspaper award for his weekly column in The Globe and Mail. He has written and produced a documentary and won a Gemini for his television work. In 1999, Summer Gone was nominated for the Giller Prize and in 2000 it was the co-winner of the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award.

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At the Ojibway

100 Summers on Georgian Bay
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The Danger Tree

The Danger Tree

Memory, War, And The Search For A Family's Past
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook Paperback
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Luminato

Luminato

Painting the Canvas of a City
text by David Macfarlane
photographs by Nigel Dickson
edition:Hardcover
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Remembered in Bronze and Stone

Remembered in Bronze and Stone

Canada's Great War Memorial Statuary
edition:Paperback
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