Terence Young

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Terence Young reads from his collection, Moving Day

Published by: Signature Editions

Time of Reading: 3:37
Terence Young is the author of four books, including The Island in Winter (nominated for the Governor General's award for Poetry and the Gerald Lampert Award), Rhymes with Useless (nominated for the Danuta Gleed Award), After Goodlake's (Winner of the City of Victoria Butler Best Book Award) and his latest, Moving Day, which was nominated for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Award. He helped co-found The Claremont Review, a journal for young writers, and lives with poet and fiction writer Patricia Young.
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"Young’s latest collection is nothing short of an everyday miracle: a deft rendering of the bittersweet process that is life."
Canadian Literature
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