R.P. MacIntyre

 R.P. MacIntyre is an actor, playwright, director and one of Canada’s most acclaimed authors of fiction with young adult voices. He is the author of Yuletide Blues (1991), The Blue Camaro (1994), and The Crying Jesus (1997). His story “The Rink” — published in The Blue Jean Collection (1994) and The Blue Camaro — won the 1993 Vicky Metcalf Short Story Award and was made into a film in 1997. He is also the editor of Up All Night (Thistledown Press, 2001) Takes: Stories for Young Adults which won the 1996 Saskatchewan Book Award for Publishing in Education and the Canadian Library Association’s 1997 Young Adult Award. R.P. MacIntyre lives in LaRonge, Saskatchewan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


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young adult short fiction

Available in the US
World Rights Available

Revved
 

ISBN: 978-1-894345-46-0

trade paper /180 pages/ 2002


Once again R.P. MacIntyre ups the speed limit with a collection of stories that are journeys into the delight and terror of emerging self-consciousness.
From a strange party in honour of a dying hamster to a young man's quest to find his missing sister, Revved resonates with the authentic experiences of today's youth and the reverberations of their extraordinary imaginations.

These are gripping stories about the mysterious distance between teenaged raconteurs and the adventures they experience. Readers of all ages will enjoy this supercharged collection.

"R.P. MacIntyre has joined Martha Brooks and Budge Wilson in making short stories for adolescents a hallmark of fine Canadian literature." — Quill & Quire

Ages 9-13


 

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