“Congrats! This is a very appealing introduction. It’s got terrific readability. Your unique voice comes through clearly. Your reference to the “not that trusty” Landcruiser cracked me up!”
— Myrl Coulter, author of The House With the Broken Two, A Year of Days, and The Left-Handed Dinner Party & Other Stories
R.G. Morse’s literary works include The Mountains of Canada (Hurtig), Canada, The Mountains (McClelland & Stewart), Darkness at the End of the Tunnel (New Hogtown Press), Oregon, The Coast (Reidmore), and The Naked Mountain (Fleet Books).
An essayist and blogger, he is the recipient of the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting’s 2014 Dalton Camp Award for his writing on democracy and the media.
Morse is currently working on two novels — Spike, and Dodge.
Good writing, like a life well-lived, has a rhythm to it, an irresistible backbeat that makes you want to keep reading (or dancing, tapping your toes, singing in the shower — you know what I’m talking about).
The compulsion to write, in my case, carries over to music. Here are some original tunes, all of them produced in the Edmonton studio of outstanding producer Tomas Brabec.