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Description - Tending the Remnant Damage by Sheila Peters

Sheila Peters makes her impressive fiction debut with a collection of loosely linked stories whose characters, whether they live in the Queen Charlotte Islands or the Prairies, are ordinary men and women who have seemingly everyday experiences that glimmer with the extraordinary. Her spare, stripped-down prose, leavened with sly humour and a gift for poetic resonance, reminds one of the work of Alice Munro or Sandra Birdsell. Peters creates people who often feel out of sync with the spiritual, emotional, and physical environments they find themselves in. Two old people on a farm try to comprehend the inevitable fate befalling them, all the while contemplating the strange goings-on of neighbours. A young woman on the lam from Texas finds herself beached in the Queen Charlottes on her way to Alaska. A punked-up Vancouver girl accompanies a crusty grandmother on a tense hunting trek in the drizzly woods. Their universe is our universe, but with a twist that makes it refreshingly new and decidedly different.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780888784179
ISBN-10: 0888784171
Format: Paperback
(215mm x 139mm x 13mm)
Pages: 176
Imprint: Press Porcepic,Ontario
Publisher: Press Porcepic,Ontario
Publish Date: 16-May-2001
Country of Publication: Canada

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Author Biography - Sheila Peters

Sheila Peters has worked as a reporter, weaver, human-rights activist, and English instructor. Her nonfiction book, Canyon Creek: A Script, was recently published by Creekstone Press. Peters's stories have appeared in numerous literary journals, including Prism international, Grain, Room of One's Own, The Malahat Review, and Event. She lives in Smithers, British Columbia.

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