Clarissa Hurley, a writer and actor, lives in Fredericton. Her story “Women and Linen Look Best in the Dark” won first prize for short fiction in the 1998 New Brunswick Writers’ Federation Competition.
edited by Sabine Campbell
Going down the road is part of the tradition of Atlantic Canada, but just as strong a tradition is coming back home for Christmas. When writers think of Christmas, home is on their minds, for better and for worse. Many of the stories in Home for Christmas relate to family, absent family or chosen families. A little sorrow, some ambivalence and …