Illusory, fleeting and spectral - the short stories, artwork and photography included in At Bay Press’s latest anthology illuminate the vastness of the human mind while leaving other corners untouched. As they should be…Rich in archetypal themes yet modern in approach, this Fiction Annual is comprised of writing that explores the need to discern reality from delusion. Proudly printed in Canada, this collection features stories in both literary and graphic novel format. These are tales that lure and unravel as only dreams and nightmares can.
Lucy Haché, writer and adventurer of Kwakwaka'wakw/Métis and Scottish/Irish descent. She is a member of the Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw Nations, a Kwakwaka'wakw Community on the Northern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Much of her life has been spent in the forest or on the sea. When she's not surrounded by nature she writes about it. She also writes about contemporary and historical Indigenous issues.
M. C. Joudrey
M. C. Joudrey is a Canadian writer, award winning artist and designer. His second novel Of Violence and Cliché was released September 2013, followed by his collection of short stories Charleswood Road: Stories in August 2014, which was nominated for a 2015 Manitoba Book Award. His novel Fanonymous was released in 2019 and was nominated for two Manitoba Book Awards, including the Margaret Laurence Award for best work of fiction. M.C. Joudrey has been a member of the submission selection committee for the CBC Short Fiction Prize and a jury member for the Manitoba Book Awards. His titles reside in permanent legislative and national government collections. He is also a bookbinder and a number of his works are held in galleries internationally.
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