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Short stories. LGBT studies. Lesbian. Queer.

Dry, witty and graceful, these stories from Jane Eaton Hamilton's second collection of short fiction are stories about longing and loss.

"Jane Eaton Hamilton is a superb writer. Those who know her deem her to be among the brightest lights on the Canadian literary landscape. Those who do not know this ought to read and judge for t
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published 2002 by Oberon
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Nov 09, 2015 Susan rated it really liked it
This book of short stories grabbed me from the very beginning and refused to let go. Overall full of loss, heartbreak, and resilience, each story appeared as if from a place in the heart rarely visited in this particular way. From classic lesbain heartbreak, to the experiences of a new father, to more complex stories of loss of love and health and meaning, each story felt like an entrypoint into a (sometimes strange) and interesting world. Sometimes in a familiar world, sometimes in a world I'd ...more
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Jane Eaton Hamilton is the queer disabled Canadian author of nine books of short fiction and poetry. Her novel ‘Weekend,' called a "tour de force" by the Vancouver Sun, appeared in 2016. Her memoir ‘Mondays are Yellow, Sundays are Grey,’ retitled ‘No More Hurt,’ was a Sunday Times bestseller (UK) and included on the Guardian's Best Books of the Year list. Her books have been shortlisted for the ...more
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