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Dave Williamson

Dave Williamson

Dave Williamson has written five previous novels, as well as a collection of short stories, a memoir, drama for television and stage, and over 1,000 book reviews. Founder of the Creative Communications program at Red River College, he was Dean of Business and Applied Arts for over 20 years, retiring in 2006. He lives in Winnipeg.

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Visiting Fellow

Poor Wally. It’s the mid-1990s, and middle-aged history professor Wally Baxter is recently divorced and looking for love.

ISBN 9780888015761
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Dating: a novel

Jenkins never dreamed he’d live long enough to be dating again. But the tables have turned and the parents are now the children. This outrageously funny portrayal of the realities of growing old in the modern world will have readers chuckling about their own not too distant futures.

ISBN 9780888013903
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Beyond Borders

A night spent in a roadside motel, a Roman arena discovered in southeastern Manitoba, and a pair of small but observant figurines fill this anthology of Canadian and American writers from the prairies. Beyond Borders includes the works of well-known literary names like Carol Shields, Di Brandt, David Arnason, and Robert Kroetsch.

ISBN 9780888011657
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Accountable Advances

Whether it’s hiding an affair only to become a suspect in a police investigation, or confusing a.m. with p.m. and showing up for work at the wrong time, life is full of funny events, and sometimes all we can do is laugh.

ISBN 9780888011800
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