Barry Callaghan

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This article is about the Canadian author and poet. For Scottish footballer, see Barry Callaghan (footballer).
Callaghan in 2007.

Barry Morley Joseph Callaghan (born July 5, 1937) is a Canadian author, poet and anthologist.[1] He is currently the editor-in-chief of Exile Quarterly. Born in Toronto, Ontario, he is the son of late Canadian novelist and short story writer, Morley Callaghan. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • The Hogg Poems and Drawings – 1978
  • As Close as We Came – 1982
  • The Black Queen Stories – 1982
  • The Way the Angel Spreads Her Wings – 1989
  • Stone Blind Love – 1989
  • Canadian Travellers in Italy – 1989 (editor)
  • Exile: The First Fifteen Years – 1992 (editor)
  • Lords of Winter and of Love: A Book of Canadian Love Poems in English and French – 1993]
  • 'When Things Get Worse – 1993
  • A Kiss is Still a Kiss – 1995
  • This Ain't No Healing Town: Toronto Stories – 1996 (editor)
  • Barrelhouse Kings – 1998
  • We Wasn't Pals: Canadian Poetry and Prose of the First World War – 2001 (edited with Bruce Meyer)
  • Young Bloods: Stories from Exile 1972–2001 – 2001 (editor)
  • Between Trains – 2007
  • Beside Still Waters – 2009

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