Author Tags: Fiction, Poetry
Ted Stone is a humourist who was born in 1947. His collections of tall tales include It's Hardly Worth Talkin' if You're Goin' to Tell the Truth and Hailstorms & Hoop Snakes. He edited Thirteen Canadian Ghost Stories and his first collection for children is The Ghost of Peppermint Flats. He moved to Saltspring Island from Manitoba in the late 1980s, then later left B.C.
Hailstorms and Hoopsnakes (Prairie Books, 1984)
It's Hardly Worth Talkin' if You're Goin' to Tell the Truth (Prairie Books, 1986)
Thirteen Canadian Ghost Stories (Prairie Books, 1988)
The Ghost of Peppermint Flats and Other Stories (Prairie Books, 1989)
The One that Got Away (Prairie Books, 1990)
Riding the Northern Range: Poems from the Last-Best West (Red Deer College Press, 1993)
British Columbia History Along the Highways and Waterways (Red Deer College Press, 1998)
[BCBW 2003] "Fiction" "Poetry"