David Manicom has lived briefly in British Columbia. His fourth collection of poetry, The Burning Eaves (Oolichan, 2003), was short-listed for the Governor General's Literary Awards in 2004. He grew up in rural Toronto and has also lived in Toronto, Montreal, Moscow, Islamabad and Beijing. He currently lives with his family in Quebec. He is a the of a collection of short stories which won the Prix Parizeau, as well as non-fiction memoirs that include Progeny of Ghosts: Travels In Russia and The Old Empire.


Desert Rose, Butterfly Storm (Oolichan, 2009)

Theology of Swallows (Oolichan) 0-88982-109-7

The Older Graces (Oolichan) 0-88982-164-X

Progeny of Ghosts: Travels in Russia and the Old Empire (Oolichan) 0-88982-168-2

The Burning Leaves (Oolichan, 2003)

The School At Chartres (Oolichan, 2005) 0-88982-222-0

[BCBW 2009]