After surviving a health crisis, Jay heads to the remote and challenging Dease River in Northwestern BC for a canoe and fishing journey, but is unprepared for the mysterious stranger who becomes his passenger. A lean and intense tale that takes the reader to haunting depths. A seminal and brilliant addition to a neglected genre. Destined to become a Canadian classic.
|Publisher:||Mother Tongue Publishing|
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About the Author
Gillian Wigmore is the author of three books of poetry including Soft Geography, which won of the 2008 ReLit Award. Her work has been shortlisted for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize, and has been anthologized in Force Field: 77 Women Poets of British Columbia. This is her first work of fiction. Ot was a finaist for the 2nd Great BC Novel Contest. She lives in Prince George, BC.