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Knucklehead & Other Stories

Giles, W. Mark

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ISBN 10: 1895636507 / ISBN 13: 9781895636505
Published by Anvil Press, 2003
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Title: Knucklehead & Other Stories

Publisher: Anvil Press

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Winner of the W.O. Mitchell/City of Calgary Award

A debut collection, these stories are set in the corporeal world of adult endeavour: the mall, the office, the subdivision. It’s these settings that W. Mark Giles exploits: locking his sights on eerily familiar characters, excavating their fears, intimacies, and the dark machinery behind their actions. He taps into our collective longing for moments of clarity and awe, recognizes our thwarted potential for wonder, and sees our secrets played out in cruelty. A strangely unified collection, unsettling and surprising, Knucklehead resides where the lines between real and imagined blur. Giles’s penetrating view and unsentimental honesty shape these stories and push the reader’s expectations of the &quote;ordinary.&quote; These are mature and compelling narratives that encapsulate everything great about short fiction. They freeze a moment, but upon closer examination reveal something more, a message that resonates long after that story has been read.

About the Author:

W. Mark Giles's fiction and other writing have appeared in magazines and papers across the country, including the Malahat Review, Geist, The New Quarterly, NeWest Review, Grain, The Antigonish Review, and Canadian Fiction Magazine. He has studied at the Banff Centre, the University of Calgary, and has worked with Edna Alford, Fred Stenson, and Aritha van Herk. His non-fiction columns and reviews have appeared in the Calgary Sun and the Calgary Herald. Mark currently lives in Calgary.

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