The Arts and Urban Resilience

“Artists have a lot to teach us about failure”

Guy Vanderhaeghe
Guy Vanderhaeghe was born in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, in 1951. His fiction includes A Good Man, The Last Crossing, The Englishman’s Boy, Things As They Are, Homesick, My Present Age, and Man Descending, and his most recent story collection is Daddy Lenin.

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