Brian Dedora’s novel/memoir A Slice of Voice at the Edge of Hearing was a finalist for both the Relit Award and the George Ryga Prize followed by another “audacious experiment in narrative” A Few Sharp Sticks, followed by Lot 351, and a book of his visual work from the 70’s and 80’s entitled Eye Where, all books through the Mercury Press and Teksteditions. Editorial Visor in Madrid and BookThug in Toronto published his latest work on the Spanish poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca, titled Lorcation in a bilingual edition in 2015 along with Two at High Noon published by Vancouver’s Nomados Literary Press. Border Blur and Diagrams for a Vaudeville of Poemspublished by NoiR:Z this year.
Dedora lives and writes in Toronto where he hones his skills in film photography with his vintage cameras
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