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Fishing for Birds

a novel

Fishing for Birds

"Sharp, visceral storytelling from Linda Quennec, a confident new voice in Canadian novel-writing"

 

--Sarah Sheard, author of Krank and Almost Japanese

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"...Quennec's expert prose quietly glides through highs and lows, seamlessly alternating between modern-day British Columbia and the colorful summer of 1926 on a tropical Cuban quay."

—US Review of Books

"[the] novel offers an astute examination of the despair engendered by solitude and of the paradoxical consolations it delivers."

—Kirkus Reviews

Fishing for Birds

Inanna Publications 

 
 

BIO

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Linda Quennec is a writer, educator, and Ph.D candidate in Depth Psychology. An island-dweller at heart, she took inspiration for her novel Fishing for Birds from the natural beauty of Coastal British Columbia and the fascinating Isla de la Juventud (formerly Isla de Piños) where her German grandmother was raised.

Linda holds an MFA in creative writing from Naropa University, and an MA in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is also a graduate of The Writers' Studio at Simon Fraser University and The Humber School of Writing. Her work has appeared in Quills Canadian Poetry, 3Elements Review, Cirque, Emerge, and DoveTales literary journals. She lives with her family just outside Vancouver, British Columbia.

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CONTACT

For media inquiries, please contact Reneé Knapp at Inanna Publications:

Tel: 416-736-5356 | Fax: 416-736-5765 | inanna.publications@inanna.ca

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