Fiction. Short Stories. Women's Studies. The stories in this collection are unified by a sense of dislocation. In each of the pieces, there is an underlying element of disturbance and disharmony. Resolution threads its way through the narratives while the characters struggle to navigate conscious choices and come to terms with new realities. A perspective that views the complexity of life journeys as a manifestation of intentional decisions, circumstances beyond one's control, and the need to reflect upon the combination of both in order to become fully realized, drives the narrative voices.
Lucy Black is an educator. She studied creative writing at the undergraduate level and later earned an M.A. in nineteenth–century British fiction. Her short stories have been published in many publications including Cyphers Magazine, under the gum tree, The Hawai'i Review, Vintage Script, and The Antigonish Review. She lives with her husband and son in a small town near Toronto, Ontario.
Author City: Port Perry, ON CAN