Above and Below the Waterline

By Marianne Paul

Above and Below the Waterline
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The river winds through Above and Below the Waterline, the first collection of poetry from novelist, Marianne Paul. The author navigates the joy and the grief that is life in the process of being lived, those events and passages that mark the flow of time, the undercurrents ... Read more


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The river winds through Above and Below the Waterline, the first collection of poetry from novelist, Marianne Paul. The author navigates the joy and the grief that is life in the process of being lived, those events and passages that mark the flow of time, the undercurrents of family, the rough waters and calm waters, the challenges and dysfunction - but beneath it all, love. Water speaks volumes, Marianne Paul tells us. The paddler learns to read river in the same way a child learns to read symbols on the page - the contours and patterns that hint of submerged rocks, that forewarn of swifts and rapids, the shallows, the gentleness and respite of flat waters.

Marianne Paul

Marianne Paul has a BA (Honours) degree with a major in religion, and her interest in world beliefs and philosophies flavours much of her fiction. Her stories and poetry have appeared in a variety of regional and national publications. She has won several literary competitions including, among others, The Record short story contest and the Canadian Author Okanagan short fiction award. Marianne Paul lives in Kitchener, Ontario. She is a member of the Canadian Authors Association and the Writers Union of Canada.

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