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The Bone Mother

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- Author's first novel; from both Winnipeg and Toronto; intends to do events in both cities- Author has experience and connections in film and journalismshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 20.32mm | 226.8g
  • Chizine Publications
  • Toronto, Canada
  • English
  • 1771484217
  • 9781771484213
  • 235,982

Review quote

"Demchuk gracefully pieces together a dark and shining mosaic of a story with unforgettable imagery and elegant, evocative prose. These stories read like beautiful and brutal nightmares, sharply disquieting, and are made all the more terrifying by the history in which they're grounded." --Publishers Weekly (STARRED REVIEW) "Well crafted and significant in its own right, Demchuk's novel seems all the more important in light of recent displays of far-right and overt Nazi hatred. As one narrator says, 'Some stories need to be told time and again. Every generation forgets. Every child learns anew.'" --The Globe and Mail "The Bone Mother by Toronto author David Demchuk is one of the boundary-pushing works by emerging writers contending for the award." --Peterborough Examiner (On Giller Prize Longlist Selection) "David Demchuk's The Bone Mother, a fable filled with mythical creatures ranging from werewolves to witches, and is set, in part, among the villages of eastern Europe on the eve of the Second World War is one of three first-time authors on the (Giller Prize) longlist." --The Globe & Mail (On Giller Prize Longlist Selection)show more

About David Demchuk

David Demchuk: David Demchuk was born and raised in Winnipeg and now lives in Toronto. He has been writing for theatre, film, television, radio and other media for more than thirty years. His publications include the short-fiction cycle Seven Dreams and the Lewis Carroll adaptation Alice in Cyberspace, and appearances in the anthologies Making, Out!, Outspoken and Canadian Brash. His reviews, essays, interviews and columns have appeared in such magazines as Toronto Life, Xtra, What! Magazine and Prairie Fire, as well as the Toronto Star. Most recently he has been a contributing writer for the digital magazine Torontoist. The Bone Mother is his first novel.show more

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63 ratings
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4 29% (18)
3 22% (14)
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