Jennifer Quist is a novelist, poet, columnist and short fiction writer. Her short fiction “Fish Story” was nominated for the Writers Guild of Alberta’s Howard O’Hagan Award. Her poetry, short fiction and essays have been published in The Globe and Mail, National Post, Maclean’s, and Today’s Parent, and she has written and voiced introspective personal essays for CBC Radio One’s Definitely Not the Opera and Tapestry. Love Letters of the Angels of Death is her first novel. Author website: http://www.jenniferquist.com.
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Vacations are great, right? But, oh, the packing. Either you forget a critical item (Sunscreen, perhaps? Pants, for the truly free-spirited?) or manage to haul a small caravan’s worth of stuff for a weekend out of town. Don’t fret: we’ve rounded up the ten best literary ... Read more
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