Awards: Winner, 1994 QSPELL Hugh McClennan Prize for Fiction
The poignant and the absurd. Erogenous danger zones. Ordinariness gone berserk. This is Ann Diamond territory, explored with a stunning lightness of touch. Moving from existentialism in the Ottawa Valley, to the Messiah at a falafel stand in Cairo, these wry and intelligent stories are bulletins from the front lines.Fiction 1998
128 pp 8.5" x 5.5"
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