Fraser, Donald Murray

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Fraser, Donald Murray

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1946-1985

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Born in Nova Scotia in 1946, Donald Fraser received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Acadia University in 1966 and moved to Vancouver to pursue graduate work. With friends, he formed the original nucleus of Pulp Press in the early 1970s. Under the name "D.M. Fraser", he wrote for, and contributed sporadically to the Georgia Straight, 3 cents Pulp, Alive, Parallelogram Retrospective, and Rough Beast. He published two collected works under Pulp Press, Class Warfare (1974) and The Voice of Emma Sachs (1983). After his death, editors and friends at Pulp Press, now Arsenal Pulp Press) published two more volumes of Frasers' work, Prelude: D.M.Fraserf, The Collected Works. Vol. 1;(1987) and Ignorant Armies (1990), by consulting unfinished manuscripts and drafts.

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