Carnival Glass

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Thistledown Press, 2008 - Fiction - 270 pages
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Carnival Glass, Bonnie Dunlop’s new fiction collection, is an examination of the infirmity of human relationships — marriages, brotherhood, friendships, parent–child relations hindered by negligence and death — and how strange providence can send a sane and settled person entirely off the rails. These stories honour how we love and take care of each other, and how, inevitably, we fail each other too.


Dunlop’s settings — dusty ranches, near–ghost towns of Southwest Saskatchewan, infinite beaches of Tofino, BC, small prairie cities in the 60s and exotic locales of contemporary Mexico— are built with a quiet grace and familiarity and remain integral to her stories. It is with such detail that the assured writing in Carnival Glass situates award–winning author Bonnie Dunlop as a contending voice for women’s fiction.


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Contents

Contents
9
Joes Cantina
41
The Precious Pots of Mata Ortiz
79
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

BONNIE DUNLOP is a Swift Current writer who has developed a strong and growing readership in Saskatchewan and beyond. Her stories have appeared in many literary journals, and have been read on CBC radio. She has won the Saskatchewan Book Award with her first book, "The Beauty Box" (Thistledown Press), and is an active member of the Saskatchewan Writers Guild and the Moose Jaw Festival of Words.

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