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Je t'aime Cowboy

Je t'aime Cowboy

In Montreal, sex and politics frequently mix, and T.F. Rigelhof's stories are sexy and political. His contemporary cowboys — immature, vulnerable men hoping to achieve masculinity by wearing cowboy boots, playing with guns, listening to Tom Waits — get the treatment they deserve: ironic understanding.
T.F. Rigelhof teaches social analysis at Dawson College in Montreal. His story collection Je t'aime Cowboy was a finalist for the 1994 QSPELL Award for fiction. His 1996 memoir A Blue Boy in a Black Dress was a finalist for the Governor General's Award and won the QSPELL Award for non-fiction.

"Steeped with humour, irony, sexual energy and some lovely turns of phrase." — Globe and Mail

"This is the book we've been waiting for. T.F.'s stories have the potential to become one of the widely discussed and influential collections to be published in years." — Geoff Hancock

"What do men think? What do they want?... Read Je t'aime Cowboy and find out. Every one of these beautifully written stories shines with revelation, honesty and integrity." — Barbara Gowdy

200 pages
Pub date: January 1, 1993