Fred Stenson

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I’ve known Fred Stenson since I managed Sandpiper Books in Calgary, when he first came into the store to promote a new book he had edited,Alberta Bound: Thirty Stories By Alberta Writers. And, oh-my-goodness, the memories of that time (1986) have just come flooding through when I looked up the link to the book, which is still available used but is no longer in print. (Perhaps a good utilization of the new technology of eBooks would be to breathe life into great collections such as this one. But, I digress …) I’ve followed Fred’s career and have read his books ever since that time, and I know him to be a gentleman, a caring soul, a writing instructor and mentor, very, very supportive – and a fine writer! So I am particularly pleased to feature Fred Stenson onReadingRecommendationsand bring his writing to the attention of…

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  1. Alberta Bound: Thirty Stories By Alberta Writers is one I am definitely putting on my list, David. I love books of stories by local writers in various places. I have one by Mississippi writers, another by Taos, N.M. writers, two by Kansas writers, and one by women descendants of Oklahoma pioneer women.
    Thanks for adding to my list!

  2. It sounds like a unique and lovely collection of stories, David. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thank you for reblogging, David!

  4. Good find as usual David! 🙂

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