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Lorna Jackson is all too familiar with the road. For 9 years she played country music, mostly solo, in beer parlours and lounges in Vancouver and small-town BC. She quit touring to study writing at the University of Victoria. Stories from Dressing for Hope have appeared in Canadian Forum, Prism International, Canadian Fiction, the Fiddlehead, the Malahat Review, and in the anthology An Ounce of Cure.
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- Dimensions 96 pages, 5.75 x 8.75 x .33 in
- Published April 21, 2011
- Publisher Biblioasis
- Category Fiction
- Keywords Short Stories (single Author) , Humorous
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