In The Trenches: The Best of subTerrain represents ten years of alternative writing, as featured on the pages of Vancouver's literary renegade magazine, subTerrain. In The Trenches features works of poetry, fiction and commentary by innumerable talented emerging writers, many of whom have since gone on to become established Canadian authors. Included is work by: Derek McCormack, Steven Heighton, Helene Littmann, Elise Levine, Grant Buday, Dianne Warren, Mark Anthony Jarman, Bud Osborn, Sophia Kaszuba, Michael Turner, Mark Cochrane, Joanne Arnott, Dennis E. Bolen, Tamas Dobozy and many others, plus commentary by the editors.
Brian Kaufman has worked for years in the Vancouver art scene as a playwright, editor, and publisher. He founded the internationally known literary magazine subTerrain.
Steven Heighton is the author of nine books, including the bestselling novel, The Shadow Boxer (published in five countries); essays: The Admen Move on Lhasa; and poetry: 1995 Governor General's Award finalist The Ecstasy of Skeptic and Stalin's Carnival. He lives in Kingston, Ontario. The Shadow Boxer was published in the New Face of Fiction program in 2000. Afterlands, his second novel, has just appeared with Knopf Canada and will soon appear in the USA, Britain and Australia, Germany, and the Netherlands.
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