Lost Enough

From broken youth to healing seniors, from love lost to relationships found, the stories explore the complicated and uncomfortable while embracing the incredible diversity found in humankind.

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Product Description

Written with style and elegance, this collection of short stories and flash fiction takes you on a journey of discovery. Set against the stark realism of the vast Canadian landscape, each piece highlights life’s compelling moments in the most poignant ways.

From broken youth to healing seniors, from love lost to relationships found, the stories explore the complicated and uncomfortable while embracing the incredible diversity found in humankind. This dynamic collection touches on cultural distinctions, the LGBTQ community, immigration, Indigenous peoples, and the marginalized aspects of society, opening our hearts to what’s lost or yet to be found.

 

About Anita Dolman

Anita Dolman’s poetry and fiction have been published throughout Canada and the United States, including in Matrix Magazine, Triangulation: Lost Voices, Grain, The Antigonish Review, On Spec, Geist and PRISM international. She is the author of two poetry chapbooks, “Where No One Can See You” (AngelHousePress, 2014) and “Scalpel, Tea and Shotglass” (above/ground press, 2004), and is a contributing editor for Arc Poetry Magazine. She lives in Ottawa, on unceded Algonquin territory, with her partner, child, and cat.

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