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Book Title: emerge 2011|
The author of the book: Hiromi Goto
Edition: SFU Digital
Date of issue: 2011
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A sunburnt ass… the 1898 New Westminster fire… a dogfish woman… unrest and a ghost in 1930’s China. What do these things all have in common? They’re all in the new anthology from The Writer’s Studio at SFU, emerge 2011.
Twenty-six fresh and authentic Canadian literary voices tackle the spectrum of human experience. Ideas, vast and varied in content, style and message lift off the pages of this highly anticipated collection of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction.
With emerge 2011 you’ll be introduced to Canada’s newest writers, and you’ll be happy you met; their talent is unparalleled and their stories will make you want to read more.
“There is something for everyone—each entry a small journey we share with the writer, the characters, the words… Marvellous!” - -Hiromi Goto – emerge 2011 Guest Editor
“Imagine sitting in a near to capacity room listening to twenty-six writers giving a short reading from their writing. You anticipate an endurance test but instead, the time flies by. You discover that you don't want it to end. This is what the emerge launch and reading has been like each year: every writer captivates you. So will this anthology.” --Betsy Warland, director of The Writer’s Studio
About The Writer’s Studio:
Based in Vancouver, The Writer’s Studio is a part-time, one-year creative writing program from SFU’s Writing and Communications Program. For more than ten years The Writer’s Studio has been fostering new writers. What’s more, their alumni have been integral in shaping Vancouver’s literary community. For more information visit: www.thewritersstudio.ca
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Read information about the authorHiromi’s first novel, Chorus of Mushrooms (1994), received the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book in the Caribbean and Canada region and was co-winner of the Canada-Japan Book Award. Her short stories and poetry have been widely published in literary journals and anthologies. Her second novel, The Kappa Child (2001), was a finalist for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best Regional Book, and was awarded the James Tiptree Jr. Memorial Award. Her first children’s novel, The Water of Possibility, was also published that year. Hopeful Monsters, a collection of short stories, was released in 2004. Her YA/Crossover novel, Half World (2009), was long-listed for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award and received the 2010 Sunburst Award and the Carl Brandon Society Parallax Award. Her long poem, co-written with David Bateman, came out in Fall 2009. Wait Until Late Afternoon is her first book-length poetry publication. Darkest Light, companion book to Half World, will be released in 2012 with Penguin Canada.
Hiromi is an active member of the literary community, a writing instructor, editor and the mother of two children. She has served in numerous writer-in-residencies and is currently in BC, working on Darkest Light.
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