Far Field Press fonds. - - 2001-2004. - - 3.5cm of textual records.

Far Field Press was founded by Allan and Pat Brown in 1998 as a format
and voice for authors to write about the west coast. Allan (1934 - )
and Pat (1932 - 2011 ) came to Texada Island in the summer of 1992 and then moved to Powell River in January 1993. Allan taught English at Malaspina University-College ( now known as Vancouver Island University Powell River), from 1993 through to 2002 when he retired. Allan is a member of the Federation of BC Writers, the League of Canadian Poets, and Haiku Canada. Far Field Press published the four The Wayward Coast anthologies between 2001 and 2004. It also published The Art Tree in 2001 and The Other Eye in 2002. Far Field Press became dormant in 2004 due to escalating publishing costs.

The fonds consists of records of the Far Field Press and includes 6 publications.

Title based on contents of fonds.
Series lists available.

Series: Publications. - - 2001-2004 - - 3.5 cm of textual records.

The series consists of 6 publications. The Wayward Coast anthologies
published between 2001 and 2004, The Art Tree in 2001 and The Other Eye in 2002 include the following authors: Richard Arnold, Margaret Behr, Allan Brown, Hilary Bruhn, Keith Harrison, Theresa Kishkan, John Pass, Rena Patrick, Russell Thornton, Marian Toews, Sue Wheeler, Kate Braid, Wendy Brown, Lilia Cardoso, Sara Cassidy, Francesca Creet, Sara Dowse, Natalie Elebracht, Raymond Geisler, Colin Hagon, Sandy Shreve, Liz Webster, Hugh Anderson, Chris Bullock, Bob Butkus, Steven Heighton, Jody Jankola, Mavis Jones, Sheila Munro, Jay Ruzesky, Naomi Wakan, Marilyn Bowering, Mark Cooper, Shannon Cowan, Emily Donelan, Tanis MacDonald, George Payerl, Liza Potvin, Monty Tyrwhitt-Drake, Pat Brown, Roberta Cassidy, M.A. C. Farrant, Robert Foster, Lee Guille, Susan McCaslin, Carla Mobley, Nina Peers, Helen Tsiriotakis, Timothy Brownlow, Harvey Chometsky, Steven Guppy, Alfred Muma and Carol Sigvaldason.

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