Fraser, D.M. "Don"

FRASER, D.M. "Don," writer (b 1946, NS; d 1985, Vancouver). He settled in VANCOUVER in 1967 and lived there until his death. He was a founder and editor of Pulp Press (see ARSENAL PULP PRESS), and his 2 collections of stories, Class Warfare and The Voice of Emma Sachs, were published to great critical acclaim. Fraser was renowned as a prose stylist and a literary character whose great promise was cut short by his early death. For some years he lived in the railroad flat above Morris's Junk...

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