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Wild, wild country

Award-winning writer Nancy Jo Cullen spins humour and family drama into her queer coming-of-age debut novel by sue carter

THE DANCE STUDIO in Kingston, Ontario, where Nancy Jo Cullen works part-time is quiet -for now. In a few hours, chaos will break out when the kids pour in for their weekly tap lessons. Although they’ve been taught to take small dance steps, the students are powerless against the temptation of tap-shoe stomping.

But Cullen doesn’t mind the chaos. She had been feeling lonely after her own two kids left home last year. And this gig keeps her fi-nancially afloat and takes her back to her early days working in theatre.

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