A Second Coming: Canadian Migration Fiction

A Second Coming: Canadian Migration Fiction

by Don Mulcahy, Michael Mirolla

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Overview

Migration stories are an essential component of Canada's historical/literary continuum; we need to know of such writings to rationalize about who Canadians really are, and where they are from. Aren't we all the children of migration? Where we came from, how we got here, who we were, and are, and who may become in time … such themes should interest all those naturally concerned about identity and origin; that eternal enigma wrought of migration. These short-fiction stories tell much about migration and Canada, in ways that are funny, ribald, tragic or contemplative, but never dull.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781771831215
Publisher: Guernica Editions Inc
Publication date: 09/11/2016
Series: Essential Anthologies
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 136
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Don Mulcahy, born in Clydach, Wales, and a Canadian citizen since 1969, lives in Strathroy, Ontario, where he writes poetry, prose, book reviews and newspaper articles following an academic career in dentistry. His work has appeared in a variety of journals including The Prairie Journal, Matrix, Coffee House Poetry (U.K.), iota (U.K.), Verse Afire, fait accomplit, blood ink, Tower Poetry, the Antigonish Review and Vallum, as well as in the anthologies Butterfly Thunder, Sounding the Seconds, Ascent Aspirations, the Voices Israel 2013 Poetry Anthology, Ekphrastia Gone Wild (U.S.) and “Writing After Retirement” (U.S.). In 2014 he published a political critique titled “Bogus Democracy”. He has written occasional columns for a rural newspaper, and is a book reviewer for Ninnau, the Welsh-American quarterly.
Caterina Edwards was born in England to an English father and an Italian mother, and was raised in Alberta. She has published a short story collection, Island of the Nightingales (Guernica 2000), and a novel, The Lion's Mouth (Guernica 1993). She lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

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The fact that there will always be plenty of stories related to the act of relocating to another country is a given. The journey is never easy; no guarantees are offered. But to get such a promising new start as Canada offers can be much like being born all over again, a little like experiencing a second coming perhaps -- hence the title of this book.

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