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Between Trains

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A collection of perfectly-wrought stories peopled with flawed characters striving to understand themselves and the world around them.
Hardcover, 225 pages
Published July 8th 2007 by McArthur & Company
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These short stories are mostly dark. That in itself is OK, but I'm not sure for what purpose. Most are haunting in their imagery. I'd like to say that they're thought-provoking- I suppose some are- but, haunting imagery aside, I was left not caring about most of the characters.
Harrowing stuff. Keeps right up with his father.
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Barry Morley Joseph Callaghan is a Canadian author, poet and anthologist. He is currently the editor-in-chief of Exile Quarterly. He is the son of late Canadian novelist and short story writer, Morley Callaghan.
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