GLOVER, Douglas. Canadian, b. 1948. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Literary criticism and history. Career: University of New Brunswick, teacher, philosophy, 1971-72; reporter, and editor, daily newspapers in Saint John, Peterborough, Montreal, and Saskatoon, 1972-79; The Book Show, radio host, 1994-96; writer-in-residence: University of New Brunswick, 1987-88, University of Lethbridge, 1988, St. Thomas University, 1992, New York State Writers Institute, SUNY Albany, 1992-94; teacher, creative writing: Skidmore College, 1992-93, 1998-2000, Colgate University, 1995, University at Albany SUNY, 1996-2001, Vermont College, 1995-. Publications: STORIES: The Mad River, 1981; Dog Attempts to Drown Man in Saskatoon, 1985; A Guide to Animal Behaviour, 1991; 16 Categories of Desire, 2000. NOVELS: Precious, 1984; The South Will Rise at Noon, 1988; The Life and Times of Captain N., 1993. OTHER: (ed.) Best Canadian Stories, 1996-2002; Notes Home from a Prodigal Son (essays), 1999. Address: PO Box 2282, Wilton, NY 12831, U.S.A.