Brindle and Glass, 2007. ISBN: 1-897142-10-2. 6 x 9, 234 pages. $24.95
Nominated for the Hubert Evans Award at the B.C. Book Prizes
Winner of the George Ryga Award for Social Responsibility in British Columbia Literature
This is the sequel to Out of the Interior. This is a woman’s story. It portrays two British Columbias, the official one and the one in which we live, and shows how the living (and voiceless one) is rooted in female experience, stretching back for generations in Canada and Europe. A journey through baroque images of paradise, to scorpions in the Okanagan Valley, to wolves stalking my mother in Evelyn, B.C. in 1947, this is a book of love, for people, for history, for place.
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