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With sparing, incisive prose, Cynthia Flood's Addresses unravels what it meant to be a married woman in post-war era Vancouver. Kirsty Logan's In Our House by the Sea is about the romance of domesticity. Set in New York City, Danny Goodman's Somehow There Was More Here tells the story of Ben, a young man who spends his days fighting off adulthood, until the return of an ex-lover leaves him unsure of everything. In Lana Storey's Cross Yourself, Joan Miró settles into his new job working the overnight shift at a Hasty Market in Toronto after the incomprehensible death of his son.

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