Thursday, August 22, 2019

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Bruce Serafin lived and wrote beautifully about Vancouver until he died in June 2007. His first book, Colin's Big Thing, was published in 2004. A posthumus collection of essays, Stardust was published in October 2007 by New Star.

The Mormon Way

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 October 21
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Bruce Serafin travels to Cardston, Alberta, and finds a deceptive town. The third in a series.

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A Piece of Luck

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 October 7
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In Fort Macleod Alberta, Bruce Serafin finds a refuge from the wind.

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A Piece of Luck

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 October 7
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In Fort Macleod Alberta, Bruce Serafin finds a refuge from the wind

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Vertigo Under the Sky

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 September 23
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Bruce Serafin travels into Alberta in the first in a series of articles on the prairie provinces

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The Secret

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 July 21
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Bruce Serafin remembers his first attempt to move from provinciality to cosmopolitanism

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Corpses, Brats and Cricket Music

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 July 13
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Bruce Serafin reads a poet that reminds him of black sausage

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A Ghost in the Water

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 July 4
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Bruce Serafin celebrates a visionary writer with a new idea about BC

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Vermeer’s Patch

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 June 27
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After reading some attack critics (and getting a little warm), Bruce Serafin looks at Philip Marchand looking at Northrop Frye

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7 A.M. Soundtrack

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 June 19
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Ten years ago this June, O J Simpson drove a white Ford Bronco across Los Angeles. That summer Bruce Serafin listened to the radio and thought about Vancouver and the American Empire

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Days of Heaven – II

By Bruce Serafin / 2004 June 9
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Bruce Serafin concludes his reading of Blood Meridian

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