This is Agatha Falling

By Heather Nolan
Edited by Monica Kidd

This is Agatha Falling
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In her debut novella, THIS IS AGATHA FALLING, St. John's singer-songwriter and photographer Heather Nolan's characters stomp through smoky downtown bars dragging longing, trauma, illness, confusion, and addiction with them. Fragmented memory is her unreliable narrator, demonstrating ... Read more


Overview

In her debut novella, THIS IS AGATHA FALLING, St. John's singer-songwriter and photographer Heather Nolan's characters stomp through smoky downtown bars dragging longing, trauma, illness, confusion, and addiction with them. Fragmented memory is her unreliable narrator, demonstrating how the past continually interrupts the present, asking, "How is one to determine which is memory, and which the dream?"

Heather Nolan

Heather Nolan is a neurodiverse writer from St. John’s, NL. She is the author of This Is Agatha Falling (Pedlar Press, 2019), which was longlisted for the BMO Winterset Award and the ReLit Award. She has published poetry and prose across Canada, the US, and the UK. She was the winner of the Gregory J. Power Poetry Award, and was longlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize. This is her first poetry collection.

Monica Kidd

Monica Kidd is the author of six previous literary books, most recently the poetry collection The Year of Our Beautiful Exile (2015). As well as writing, she has worked as a seabird biologist and as a reporter for CBC Radio. She lives in Calgary, Alberta, where she is a family physician, a fledgling letterpress printer and co-publisher of Pedlar Press.

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