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Nature Essays

Currents in the Stream

by (author) Wayne Curtis

Goose Lane Editions
Initial publish date
Jan 1988
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jan 1988
    List Price

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In Currents in the Stream, Wayne Curtis sketches an affectionate portrait of the Miramichi, describing communities from Juniper to Loggieville and writing stories about some of the notable people and events which have contributed to the history of this special region.

About the author

Wayne Curtis is an award-winning author who has written twenty-one books and a screenplay for the CBC. His stories have appeared in The Globe and Mail, the National Post, Reader's Digest, The Antigonish Review, The Dalhousie Review, The Fiddlehead and the American magazines Fly-Fisherman and Sporting Classics.

Wayne Curtis received an Honorary Doctorate Degree (Letters) from St. Thomas University and he was awarded the Order of New Brunswick.

Wayne has lived in southern Ontario, Yukon Territories and Cuba. He divides his time between Fredericton and his cabin on the Miramichi River. Sons of a Fisherman is his twenty-first book.

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