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PROFILE Uncanny valley

How Christy Ann Conlin found an eerie muse in Nova Scotia’s rural Annapolis Valley

THE 11 STORIES in Christy Ann Conlin’s new collection Watermark (House of Anansi Press) loosely connect people living all sorts of lives in all sorts of places, but they each have roots planted deep in the rich earth of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley.

Composed of about two dozen communities between two mountains on the Bay of Fundy, the valley’s agricultural industries make it scenic and culturally vibrant; its rural, isolated location makes for close-knit relation ships dating back generations. It’s inspiring material in many ways.

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