Sandbar

By Jean-Paul Daoust
Translated by Susan Ouriou

Sandbar
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Sandbar is a collection of vignettes set at The Sandbar, a small-town watering hole in Northern Michigan owned by an eccentric man and his wife, where their Nephew gains an appreciation for exotic cocktails and sherry at an early age. Sandbar follows Nephew's experiences growing ... Read more


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Sandbar is a collection of vignettes set at The Sandbar, a small-town watering hole in Northern Michigan owned by an eccentric man and his wife, where their Nephew gains an appreciation for exotic cocktails and sherry at an early age. Sandbar follows Nephew's experiences growing up in the American Heartland of the 1950s and 60's at The Sandbar.

Jean-Paul Daoust

Jean-Paul Daoust is a Québécois poet, essayist, and author. He has published thirty books of poetry and two novels since 1976, including Les cendres bleues which won the Governor General’s Award in 1990. Daoust received the Grand Prix at the Trois-Rivières Poetry Festival in 2009 for Le vitrail brisé and the Gatien-Lapointe-Jaime Sabines Poetry Prize in 2012.

Susan Ouriou

Susan Ouriou is an award-winning writer, editor and literary translator, with over thirty translations and co-translations of fiction, non-fiction, children's and young adult literature to her credit. She won the Governor General's Literary Award for Translation. She lives in Calgary.

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