After the rupture of her most recent relationship, Chloé begins a new life by taking a job as an advertising rep for an upscale fashion magazine in Montréal. Her reconnection with her French Canadian soul is initially exhilarating, but soon turns out to be disastrous. She loses her footing and enters her own world of glass: a fragile, hypersensitive realm that eventually shatters. World of Glass is a disquieting insight on the internal struggles and stigmas of mental health experienced through the eyes of one woman caught in a vicious, downward spiral.
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About the Author
Jocelyne Dubois’ novella, World of Glass, was shortlisted for the 2011 Ken Klonsky Novella Contest. Her fiction has appeared in The Dalhousie Review, Exile, carte blanche, Transition and The Toronto Quarterly, and her poetry has appeared in Canadian Women Studies (York University) and Brèves Littéraires (in English and French translation). Her poetry chapbook, Hot Summer Night, was published in 2008 by Sky of Ink Press. Jocelyne’s visual art has been exhibited in Montréal galleries.