Crossing place

2003 Red Deer Writers Festival
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  • English

Uptoninety Press , Red Deer, Alta
Canadian literature (English) -- Alberta., Canadian literature (English) -- 21st century., Littérature canadienne-anglaise -- Alberta., Littérature canadienne-anglaise -- 21e si
Other titles2003 Red Deer Writers Festival
Statement[editors: Kimmy Beach, Leslie Greentree, Patrick Horner].
ContributionsGreentree, Leslie., Beach, Kimmy, 1964-, Horner, Patrick, 1975-, Red Deer Writers Festival (Alta.)
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21509800M
ISBN 100973098716
OCLC/WorldCa52991956

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