Redhill, Michael H.
REDHILL, Michael H.
REDHILL, Michael H. Canadian/American, b. 1966. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Poetry. Career: Writer, 1985-. Yak, founder, 1984, member of editorial staff, 1984-88; Brick (literary journal), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, managing editor, 1998-. Also works as a bookseller and publishing consultant; gives readings from his works. Publications: (ed. with M. Ondaatje, L. Spalding, and E. Spalding) Lost Classics (anthology), 2000; Martin Sloane (novel), 2001. POETRY: Impromptu Feats of Balance, 1990; Lake Nora Arms, 1993; (ed.) Blues and True Concussions, 1996; Asphodel, 1997; Light-Crossing, 2001. PLAYS: Be Frank (one-act), 1991; Heretics (one-act), 1992; The Hanging Gardens of Willowdale, 1992; The Monkey Cage, 1993; Information for Visitors to Warsaw, 1993; Building Jerusalem 1997; Suspension (collaborative theater project), 1999. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of poetry, articles, short fiction, and reviews to periodicals. Address: 50 Baldwin St., Toronto, ON, Canada M5T 1L4.