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Betsy Warland

Betsy Warland has published thirteen books of creative nonfiction, lyric prose, and poetry. Warland's 2010 book of essays on writing, Breathing the Page: Reading the Act of Writing, became a bestseller. A Winnipeg Free Press review of her 2016 Oscar of Between: A Memoir of Identity and Ideas, called it "an astonishing book by a truly luminous writer." Oscar of Between has since become the basis for Lloyd Burritt' opera, The Art of Camouflage to be premiered in a one-act opera festival in 2020. Warland's 2020 book of prose poems Lost Lagoon/lost in thought (set in Vancouver's Stanley Park) is forthcoming. Author, mentor, teacher, manuscript consultant, editor, and Director of Vancouver Manuscript Intensive, a former director and mentor in The Writer's Studio at Simon Fraser University., Warland received the City of Vancouver Mayor's Award for Literary Excellence in 2016.

Books by this Author
Bloodroot

Bloodroot

tracing the untelling of motherloss
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Breathing the Page

Breathing the Page

Reading the Act of Writing
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Oscar of Between

Oscar of Between

A Memoir of Identity and Ideas
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