Fury contains a novella about an Irish immigrant to the north of Canada, his lost daughter and her terrorist Québécois lover. Their stories converge in Montreal during a massive urban blackout on Canada Day, 1999. Plus five short fictions. And the films Gordon’s Head and HITLER! A Filmpoem. HITLER! has been screened at the London Film Festival, le Festival du Nouveau Cinéma/Vidéo Montreal, Toronto’s Rendezvous With Madness, and the Poetry & Video Festival in San Francisco.

Part of our Literary Collection.

Subject Fiction
Published January 1998
Price $11.95 CDN
Pages 172 pp (Paper)
Dimensions 4.125″ × 6.25″ × 0.5″
ISBN-10 1894177002
ISBN-13 9781894177009

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About the Author

Clive Holden is a Canadian artist and writer who makes cinema, literary, and web-based projects. Born and raised on Vancouver Island, he splits his time between there and Toronto. His wife is the novelist Alissa York.

Clive’s films and installations have been exhibited at: the Foreman Art Gallery of Bishops University in Sherbrooke; the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; CPH:DOX Copenhagen Documentary Film Festival (winner of the New Vision Award); Anthology Film Archives in New York; Kino Arsenal in Berlin; WNDX Festival of Film & Video Art/PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts in Winnipeg; Light Industry in Brooklyn; the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen; Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto; Send + Receive - a Festival of Sound in Winnipeg; the European Media Art Festival in Osnabrük; Images Festival in Toronto; the Toronto International Film Festival; the Antimatter Film Festival/Deluge Contemporary Arts in Victoria; the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam; the Fabulous Fringe Film Festival/Durham Art Gallery; the International Film Festival Rotterdam; transmediale in Berlin; the London International Film Festival; the Ann Arbor Film Festival; the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia; and the 50th Annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar (Closing Film).

He’s published a collection of fiction, a collection of poetry, and essays. His writing has been short-listed for the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award and the Carol Shields Winnipeg Book of the Year Award.

His 2001 spoken word CD received ‘heavy rotation’ at college and community radio stations across North America, reaching top ten for several weeks in Toronto and Vancouver, and number one in Winnipeg. It appeared on several critics ‘top ten for 2001’ lists.

His multimedia artist’s talks and spoken word media art performances have been presented at: the Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen, the Holland Festival in Amsterdam, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Kino Arsenal in Berlin, aceartinc. artist run centre in Winnipeg, the Deutsch-Amerikanische Institut in Heidelberg, the Durham Art Gallery, Send + Receive - a Festival of Sound, the Royal Danish Academy of Art, and the University of Manitoba School of Architecture’s Lecture Series.