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How to Tell if Your Frog Is Dead: Stories
A tour guide leads a Valentine's Day-themed ghost walk, visiting the sites of horrific, yet...
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works
Writing Cultural Difference is a welcome addition to Canadian literary studies. The publication of this...
Middle-Aged Boys & Girls
We all know adults who are stranded in the amber of adolescence. Growing older but...
Down in the Ground
Dying is not merely the domain of the dead; it is a shared experience. What...
After the Fireworks
Raymond Filip's subject is alienation, and he writes about it with a stylistic gusto that's...
At the Copa
With humor and poignancy, Marisa Labozzetta's stories expose the social and sexual turmoil of men...
Fleeing Stalin's advance into Lithuania, shaken by communism and war, four refugees end up in Toronto in 1949. Vytas, a young doctor who gets into medical school by saving a child's life, is haunted by a lost love. Maryte, a seamstress whose affair with a German officer saved her half-witted brother, struggles to take care of him. Justine, a concert pianist raped during the war, strives to regain her ability to make music. Father Geras, an illegitimate child steered into the priesthood by family, finds purpose in guiding his exiled people. Trying to resume normal lives, longing for their country's...

"He dreams of Vilnius. Night after night he dreams of the city which he left, though he did not wish to."
Waiting for Stalin to Die

Irene Guilford
2017
Waiting for Stalin to Die
American Stories
Eye
Telescope: A Story Cycle
Island of the Nightingales
Bridge in the Rain
Bombay Wali & Other Stories
A Second Coming: Canadian Migration Fiction
Dead Voices
Freeze-frame
Weather Permitting & Other Stories
Naked in the Sanctuary
The Snows of Yesteryear