The Canadian Writing Landscape of the 1960s
Author/Illustrator/Editor: Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood compares the Canadian literary landscape of the 1960s to the Burgess Shale, a geological formation that contains the fossils of many strange prehistoric life forms. The Burgess Shale is not entirely about writing itself, however, Atwood also provides some insight into the meagre writing infrastructure of that time, taking a lighthearted look at the early days of the institutions we take for granted today—from writers’ organizations, prizes, and grant programs to book tours and festivals.
|Date||ISBN||BISAC Code||Thema||Rights available|
|2017||9781772123012||LIT004080; LAN005000; LIT016000|
|English||Paperback / softback||5.25 x 9||10.95||56|