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Katharine O'Flynn, originally from Ontario, now lives in Montreal. After retiring from teaching English as a Second Language, she turned to writing. Her fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry have appeared in print and online journals and anthologies in Canada and the U.S. Her chapbook, Photographs, was published by Red Bird Chapbooks in 2015.
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- Dimensions 250 pages, 6.03 x 9.00 x .60 in
- Published July 31, 2016
- Publisher Seraphim Editions
- Category Fiction
- Keywords Historical
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