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"Garry Thomas Morse is an extraordinarily talented writer, and his Death in Vancouver is nothing less than a stunning accomplishment. It is work of prodigious erudition and imaginative daring, and it brings vividly to life (and death) the entangled narratives and sonantic richness of the global city."
David Chariandy

"Death in Vancouver, a selection of short prose bits with crazy compelling characters, tight, precise and breathtaking language and imagery and opera! I am enthralled by its originality. His writing reminds me of John Lavery’s work; they both are adept at linguistic "acrobatics" and are skilled in painting memorable and unusual characters."
Amanda Earl

"In Death in Vancouver, the story "Salt Chip Boy" is very fine and intriguing, with the severe Baudrillard disconnect between mind and body, the cyber push in the direction of William Gibson and beyond, the cheeky use of "K" which holds a whiff of Kafka, and the language which makes one feel as if they’ve stumbled (with satisfaction) into times far hence."
M.A.C. Farrant

About the Author

Garry Thomas Morse
Garry Thomas Morse has had two books of poetry published by LINEbooks, Transversals for Orpheus (2006) and Streams (2007), and one collection of fiction, Death in Vancouver (2009) published by Talonbooks. His current book of poetry, After Jack (2010), is also available from Talonbooks. Morse received the 2008 City of Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award for Emerging Artist and has twice been selected as runner-up for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry.

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Garry Thomas Morse is the author of four books of poetry: Transversals for Orpheus (2006), Streams (2007), After Jack (2012), and Discovery Passages (2011) about his ancestral Kwakwaka'wakw First Nation, finalist for the Governor General's Award for Poetry and finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. Discovery Passages was also voted One of the Top Ten Poetry Collections of 2011 by The Globe and Mail and One of the Best Ten Aboriginal Books from the past decade by CBC's 8th Fire.

Morse's work continues to appear in a variety of publications and is studied at various Canadian universities, including UBC. He is the recipient of the 2008 City of Vancouver Mayor's Arts Award for Emerging Artist and has twice been selected as runner-up for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. He currently resides in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Along with his first collection of stories Death in Vancouver, his genrebusting fiction series The Chaos! Quincunx includes the ReLit Award nominated Minor Episodes / Major Ruckus, Rogue Cells / Carbon Harbour, and the forthcoming Minor Expectations.