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Return to Bone Tree Hill, Something To Hang On To, and Wild Talent: A Novel of the Supernatural have been included in the Spring 2008-2009 CanLit for Kids and CanLit for Teens book packages Print this Article   Back To Top

Charlie Muskrat shortlisted for 2009 ReLit Award Print this Article   Back To Top

Charlie Muskrat, out of moose meat for the winter and committed to getting some, finds himself in Prince Albert with a 30/30 Winchester under the seat of his truck, Thunder, half a tank of gas, half a thermos of coffee, lots of Cheezies and a desire to drive south.

Wild Talent nominated for 2009 Sunburst Award Print this Article   Back To Top

Wild Talent tells the strange tale of Jeannie Guthrie, a sixteen-year-old Scottish farm worker, who possesses a frightening talent.

Mostly Happy wins 2010 White Pine Award Print this Article   Back To Top

Mostly Happy begins with an inventory of items, shiny bits of beauty collected and tucked into a red Samsonite Saturn suitcase. This is Bean Falwell's touchstone and it keeps her from spiralling into the dark worlds of her beautiful, screwed up mother and all the stray men she brings home; her sad, exhausted father; and her magnetic stepfather as he transforms from family saviour into drunken dragon. Without remorse or bitterness Bean moves forward, seeking her friendships where she can and seeking solace from whatever small sanctuaries her transient life offers.

John Livingstone Clark shortlisted for Saskatchewan Book Award Print this Article   Back To Top

John Livingstone Clark’s seven previous books include: Stream Under Flight (Thistledown Press, 1999); Back to Bethany: 89 Paragraphs about Jesus and Lazarus in Abbotsford. (Exile Editions, 1997); Passage to Indigo (Exile Editions, 1996); and, Breakfast of the Magi (Thistledown Press, 1994). He was a finalist for The League of Canadian Poets National Poetry Contest in 1988-90, 1992, 1993 and 1997.

J. Livingstone Clark was born on Saltspring Island, British Columbia and has lived in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, since 1984.

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