In What We Hold in Our Hands, a teen mom longs for a different kind of life, a divorced dad struggles to come to terms with his ex- wife’s involvement in their son’s life, a woman cares for a dying younger sister, and a granddaughter wonders about the man her grandmother killed. The ten stories in this debut collection are about the difficult choices inherent in caring for children, siblings, and partners, and the limits and limitlessness of love.
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About the Author
Kim Aubrey is a Saskatoon writer who has an MFA in Writing from Vermont College. Her stories, essays and poems have appeared in journals and anthologies, including Event, Room, upstreet, Numero Cinq, and Best Canadian Stories. Kim is Associate Fiction and Nonfiction Editor for Grain magazine, and a founding member and Editor of Red Claw Press. Kim grew up in Bermuda where she leads an annual writers’ retreat. She is currently working on a graphic memoir.