unabashed musings on a chocolate milk container

Posted: May 27, 2016 in susan swan
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“Forgotten, soiled but useable still. That is what I am to you if will take the time to see me.”


Journalist, feminist, novelist, activist, teacher, Susan Swan’s  impact on the Canadian literary and political scene has been far-reaching.  Her critically acclaimed fiction has been published in sixteen countries. Swan’s last novel, The Western Light, (2012) shares a narrator with her international bestseller, The Wives of Bath. (The Western Light was a finalist for the best fiction and non-fiction award by the Ontario Library Association. It is currently being made into a feature by Lauren Grant at Clique Pictures. Hannah Cheeseman is writing the screenplay.)



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