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Inner spaces

Camilla Grudova and Cynthia Flood deliver collections that map their characters’ interior universes


The Doll’s Alphabet Camilla Grudova Coach House Books

What Can You Do Cynthia Flood Biblioasis

TWO NEW short-fiction collections – one by a first-time author, the other by a veteran – each examine the life experiences and inner worlds of a range of characters, but in radically different ways. In her debut collection, The Doll’s Alphabet, Toronto native Camilla Grudova blends the familiar and the fantastic in stories about the lives of women. And mermaids. And ornamental candlestick holders. And in her fifth collection, What Can You Do, Vancouver’s Cynthia Flood offers brief moments of distress, desire, anger, and reconciliation in the lives of characters who range from morally conflicted parents to mentally distressed leftist organizers.

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