Tim Bowling

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Tim Bowling (born 1964 in Vancouver, British Columbia[1]) is a Canadian novelist and poet. He spent his youth in Ladner, British Columbia, and now lives in Edmonton, Alberta.[2] He has published four novels. He was a judge for the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize.

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  • 1995: Low Water Slack (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-161-5
  • 1997: Dying Scarlet (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-164-X
  • 2000: Downriver Drift (Harbour Publishing) ISBN 1-55017-220-4
  • 2001: Darkness and Silence (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-175-5
  • 2002: Where the words come from: Canadian poets in conversation, as editor (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-184-4
  • 2003: The Witness Ghost (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-191-7
  • 2003: The Paperboy's Winter (Penguin) ISBN 0-14-301228-2
  • 2004: The Memory Orchard (Brick Books) ISBN 1-894078-34-9
  • 2004: In The Suicide's Library (Gaspereau Press) ISBN 1-55447-089-7
  • 2006: Fathom (Gaspereau Press) paperback: ISBN 1-55447-016-1, hardcover: ISBN 1-55447-017-X
  • 2007: The Bone Sharps (Gaspereau Press) ISBN 1-55447-035-8
  • 2007: The Lost Coast: Salmon, Memory and the Death of Wild Culture (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 0-88971-211-5
  • 2008: The Book Collector (Nightwood Editions) ISBN 978-0-88971-235-5
  • 2010: The Annotated Bee and Me (Gaspereau Press) ISBN 1-55447-086-2
  • 2011: Tenderman (Nightwood) ISBN 978-0-88971-259-1
  • 2012: The Tinsmith (Brindle & Glass) ISBN 978-1-926972-43-5[2]
  • 2014: Circa Nineteen Hundred and Grief (Gaspereau Press) ISBN 978-1-55447-134-8

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