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Sunday March 28, 2010 in Books

Shinny's Girls and Other Stories

By Mary Burns

While Mary Burns is a writer of exceptional talent in the “social-realism” school, Shinny’s Girls is a collection of stories which are more than just a “good read.” All of the stories in this collection are about mothers and daughters, written from a sensitive and perceptive “post-feminist” point of view, examining the lives of the fictional characters in a way which is neither determined by, nor a reaction to, male consciousness or perceptions. These stories all re-examine the myths of mother-daughter relationships, both in the classical sense of “myth” (Gaia / Demeter / Persephone) and in the modern sense of “myth” (social lies about relationships).

Mary Burns’s stories have been published in magazines throughout North America, as well as broadcast on the CBC and the BBC.

ISBN 13: 9780889222724 | ISBN 10: 088922272X
6 W x 9 H x 1 D inches | 208 pages
$19.95 CAN / $15.95 US
Rights: World
Backlist | Fiction | Bisac: FIC029000

About the Contributors

Mary Burns

Mary Burns worked as a newspaper editor in northern British Columbia and the Yukon Territory before moving to Vancouver in 1977. A former journalist and documentary film researcher/writer/director, she is now Chair of the Creative Writing Department at Douglas College, New Westminster, British Columbia, where she has taught fiction, play writing and personal narrative courses since 1989.

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Shinny's Girls and Other Stories

Mary Burns
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