Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Jamie Dopp's poetry, fiction, reviews and scholarly articles have appeared in many periodicals and journals, including The Malahat Review, The Fiddlehead, and Essays on Canadian Writing. He has published two collections of poetry, On the Other Hand (1996) and The Birdhouse, or (2002) as well as a novel, Prospects Unknown (2000). In 2007 he organized an international conference on hockey called Canada and the League of Hockey Nations. Out of this conference came a collection of essays, co-edited with Richard Harrison, called Now is the Winter: Thinking about Hockey (2009). He continues to play oldtimers' hockey in Victoria. This summer, Dopp won the gritLIT Writing Competition in the Fiction category for his short story "Little Fish."