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Author Mark Abley with his daughter Megan. Photo by Annie Beer.
Mark Abley

Mark Abley is a poet, journalist and travel writer. His most recent book is a collection of poems: Glasburyon (Quarry Press, 1994). Abley was born in England, brought up in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and has lived in Montreal since 1983. He won the National Newspaper Award for critical writing in 1996, and has twice been short-listed for the QSPELL Prize for Poetry. His 1986 travel book, Beyond Forget: Rediscovering the Prairies, is still in print from Douglas & McIntyre. Besides writing for the Montreal Gazette, Abley is a former contributing editor to Saturday Night and Maclean's magazines, and has written for such periodicals as Brick, Border Crossings, the New Statesman and the Times Literary Supplement.


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