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Friesen, Bernice (Sarah Anne)

FRIESEN, Bernice (Sarah Anne)

FRIESEN, Bernice (Sarah Anne). Canadian, b. 1966. Genres: Children's fiction, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry. Career: Department of Art, University of Saskatchewan, lab assistant, 1986-87; A.K.A. Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, project coordinator of "26 and Under: Young Saskatoon Artists", 1987; Y.W.C.A., Saskatoon, art class instructor, 1988; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, instructor of "Clue Into Art", 1989, instructor of children's color class, 1993; Estevan National Exhibition Centre, art educator, 1990-91; Valley Action Industries, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, junior group home operator, 1992-93; freelance writer, 1995-. Art work has been shown in exhibitions. Illustrator for books and periodicals. Publications: The Seasons Are Horses, 1995; Sex, Death, and Naked Men, 1998. Contributor to anthologies. Writer for CBC Radio broadcasts. Contributor to periodicals. Address: c/o Thistledown Press, 633 Main St., Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7H 0J8.

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