New article and review in Broken Pencil 63

Broken Pencil, issue 63The latest issue of Broken Pencil is now out, and it contains my review of Designated Mourner, by Catherine Owen:

The sensuality and physicality of her lover’s body becomes almost tangible as she reconstructs its after effects: running a hand along the sutures, the texture of cremains, and all that came before.

As well as an article on Canadian Women in the Literary Arts, “CWILA represents women in lit by the numbers.”

Check out issue 63 for more great stuff.

The sensuality and physicality of her lover’s body becomes almost tangible as she reconstructs its after effects: running a hand along the sutures, the texture of cremains, and all that came before. – See more at: http://www.brokenpencil.com/news/book-review-designated-mourner#sthash.Rd9EmLw9.dpuf
The sensuality and physicality of her lover’s body becomes almost tangible as she reconstructs its after effects: running a hand along the sutures, the texture of cremains, and all that came before. – See more at: http://www.brokenpencil.com/news/book-review-designated-mourner#sthash.Rd9EmLw9.dpuf
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