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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > Jan/Feb 2019 > The writing life

The writing life

Two generous new volumes provide a welcome overview of an important Canadian writer

All the Lonely People: Collected Stories

Barry Callaghan

Exile Editions

Raise You on the River: Essays and Encounters 1964–2018

Barry Callaghan

Exile Editions

BARRY CALLAGHAN holds a position in the Canadian literary firmament that is at once praiseworthy and unenviable. Callaghan wrested himself from the shadow of his father, CanLit icon Morley Callaghan, to create a varied career as poet, fiction writer, anthologist, editor, essayist, journalist, filmmaker, and professor. He has been referred to, in this magazine, as “one of Canada’s pre-eminent persons of letters,” on a level with Margaret Atwood and Mordecai Richler.

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