Douglas George Fetherling (born 1 January 1949) is a Canadian poet, novelist, journalist and essayist. One of the most prolific figures in Canadian letters, he has written and edited more than fifty books, including more than a dozen volumes of poetry, two novels, and a multi-volume memoir. He wrote as either Doug or Douglas Fetherling until 1999 when he began using his middle name.
Fetherling is the editor and publisher of Subway Books, an independent publishing house based in Vancouver, British Columbia. His column, "Books this Week", appears in Seven Oaks magazine, an online journal and Geist magazine.
A study of Fetherling's books George Fetherling and His Work, edited by Linda Rogers, features essays by W. H. New, George Elliott Clarke, Brian Busby and others.
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