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Gillian Wigmore-Grayling

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You might be familiar with Gillian Wigmore from her three books of poetry, including Soft Geography, which won the 2008 Relit Award, but Gillian's newest book, Grayling is a novella, and it's her first book of prose.
 
It takes us on a spellbinding and poetic journey down the Dease River, and it was inspired by Gillian's real-life canoe trips with her own family.

Grayling was a finalist for Mother Tongue Publishing's "First Great BC Novel Contest." 

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