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Carol Bruneau
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Speaking of belonging, issues of identity and the importance of place, here's the song from which my forthcoming collection, A Bird on Every Tree , takes its cue: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2257557257/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE  Thanks to Vintage Lunenburg...

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Happy 2017! A Bird on Every Tree How does a person belong? Lots of talk in Canada lately about identity and home places, especially Indigenous and settler nations and cultures: how a person locates themselves spiritually and globally. How present-day life e...

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Happy 2017! A Bird on Every Tree How does a person belong? Lots of talk in Canada lately about identity and home places, especially Indigenous and settler nations and cultures: how a person locates themselves spiritually and globally. How present-day life e...

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In bookstores now, These Good Hands, my novel based on the life of French sculptor Camille Claudel.

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These Good Hands  is in bookstores now. Based on the life of French sculptor Camille Claudel, it's a story about misogyny and mental illness--and in equal measure, about compassion and the power of art, and of writing itself.

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A long time coming...
A few mementoes from the Vichy era in France-WW2-issue coins, a Nazi pin--and a key from a house once dear to my heart. Keys figure large in the novel, set in the asylum for the insane at Montdevergues, France. These Good Hands- my fourth novel, a decade ...

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A long time coming...
These Good Hands-- my fourth novel, a decade in the making--is due out this April. Can't wait to see the book in print. The past month has been like house arrest, doing the edits--but all good, all satisfying and great working with a fantastic editor. His t...

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My new novel, coming this spring, has been a long time in the making. Proof that good things come to those who wait, perhaps. Here's the synopsis:     Set in the early autumn of 1943, the These Good Hands interweaves the biography of French sculptor Camille...

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ust finished Binnie Brennan's new novel, Like Any Other Monday, just released by Gaspereau Press. Here's a book I would straight-up review in the press but for a slight conflict of interest: Binnie's a friend. That said, I can't keep quiet. Here's a rare no...
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