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Terry Rigelhof is a Contributing Reviewer to The Globe and Mail's Books section, an occasional contributor to Dooneys Café and CNQ, and the author of nine books – the forthcoming Hooked on Canadian Books: The Good, the Better, and the Best Canadian Novels Since 1984 (Cormorant Books, Spring 2010), a book of essays on writing in Canada, This is Our Writing (Porcupine's Quill), two novels, a novella, a collection of short stories, a brief biography, George Grant: Redefining Canada (Editions XYZ for the Quest Library where he is also a member of the Editorial board), and two volumes of memoir, the second of which is Nothing Sacred: A Journey Beyond Belief (Goose Lane Editions). Two of his books of fiction have been translated into French by Ivan Steenhout and published by Les éditions de la Pleine Lune. Les éditions de la Pleine Lune has also published Dérives du Sacré, a translation of Nothing Sacred: A Journey Beyond Belief.

A Critic Stripped Bare, Even (Thinking Outside the Green Box)

By T.F. Rigelhof / 2004 July 12
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T.F. Rigelhof answers Vermeer’s Patch, which Bruce Serafin uploaded two weeks ago.

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The Many Lives of Jesus

By T.F. Rigelhof / 2002 May 30
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Terry Rigelhof gives an contextual overview of Nino Ricci’s likely-to-be-controversial novel Testament

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