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Currents in the Stream

Currents in the Stream

In Currents in the Stream, Wayne Curtis sketches an affectionate portrait of the Miramichi, describing communities from Juniper to Loggieville and writing stories about some of the notable people and events which have contributed to the history of this special region.
Wayne Curtis (b. 1945) divides his time between Newcastle, New Brunswick, and Fredericton. He is the author of several books of essays about fishing, fishermen and the Miramichi River, two story collections, Preferred Lies (Nimbus, 1998) and River Stories (Nimbus, 2000), and two novels, One Indian Summer (Goose Lane, 1994), the source of "Heavy Ice," and Last Stand (Nimbus, 1999).

214 pages
Pub date: January 1, 1988