Tag Archives: Jim Harrison

#NovNov The Woman Lit By Fireflies by Jim Harrison

This novella is classic Harrison, through and through. Pitch perfect, nuanced, with a rolling pace that fits the story perfectly. Clare, the woman lit by fireflies, decides to escape from her life, quite literally, when she and her husband stop … Continue reading

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Write Reads #15 Blood: The Stuff of Life by Lawrence Hill

It sounds like we were out for blood in this one. However, Mr. Hill’s book comes away bloodied but not defeated. Okay. Enough blood references. Please feel free to weigh in with any counterarguments you may have to our points … Continue reading

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Write Reads #14 The Widow Tree by Nicole Lundrigan

If you want to hear Tania and Kirt gushing over a book, this is the episode for you. We don’t devolve into actual fawning, but it’s close. Also, we announce that next month, for our non-fiction pick, there will be … Continue reading

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