Life of Alistair MacLeod
MacLeod, considered one of Canada's great short story writers, was born in North Battleford, Sask. He moved with his family when he was 10 years old to Inverness County, N.S.. The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers. Saturday's April 26 episode will pay ...
Alistair's literary legacyCape Breton Post
Author Alistair MacLeod dies at 77TbNewsWatch.com
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Writers' Trust introduces new $25K Canadian poetry prize
The Latner Writers' Trust Poetry Prize, sponsored by the Latner Family Foundation and administered by the Writers' Trust, will recognize a mid-career Canadian poet's "exceptional body of work" and "hope of future contributions to Canadian poetry ...

Alistair MacLeod, great Canadian writer, dies
Alistair MacLeod, one of Canada's great short story writers whose work detailed the people and culture of Cape Breton, has died. He was 77. His death was confirmed by a friend, author Donna Morrissey. MacLeod was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.

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