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Naming the Shadows

by Sharon Berg

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list price: $18.95
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published: Sep 2019
ISBN:9780889844292
publisher: Porcupine's Quill
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Sharon Berg's quietly insightful collection focuses on relationships between generations, acknowledging the prevalence of the shadows that are everywhere-but also celebrating the light.

About the Author
Sharon Berg

Sharon Berg is the author of poetry and stories as well as nonfiction that focuses on First Nations history and education. She has published several poetry collections, including To a Young Horse (Borealis Press, 1979), The Body Labyrinth (Coach House Press, 1984) and a number of chapbooks. After these early successes, Berg focused on her career as an educator, and on her international literary e-zine and chapbook press, Big Pond Rumours, which she established in 2006. Her retirement in 2016 inspired her to take up her pen once again, and since then she has written poems, short stories and novelettes for a number of publications, including Story Quilt, Quarry, The Fiddlehead and The Malahat Review. Naming the Shadows is her first published collection of short fiction. She lives in Sarnia.

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Editorial Reviews

'Without question a careful read allows her stories to be transformative. These stories will change us.'

— FreeFall Magazine

'Naming the Shadows by Sharon Berg is a gratifying book. It invites the reader to move through its pages at a leisurely pace, taking in the characters' experiences, their ruminations and the events that unfold; the finesse of the words that make up the prose adds to the experience.'

— PRISM international

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