Wendi Stewart grew up on a farm in Northwestern Ontario and now makes her home in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. She has been published in The Antigonish Review, The Leaf, the Owen Sound Sun Times, and in Every Second Thursday (Glenmalure Publications). She currently has columns appearing in the Fort Frances Times and the Chronicle Herald. Her first novel, Meadowlark, was released Fall 2015.
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Wendi Stewart’s debut novel will appeal to anyone who’s a fan of classic Canadian stories in the vein of Margaret Atwood, Robertson Davies and Margaret Laurence. A story of courage in the face of overwhelming grief and pain is coupled with lovely, lyrical imagery and prose ... Read more
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