Strays: Stories

Strays: Stories

Ed Kavanagh / Apr 04, 2020

Strays Stories Strays Ed Kavanagh s first work of fiction since the award winning novel The Confessions of Nipper Mooney features ten memorable stories that explore the lives of those who somehow find themselves a

  • Title: Strays: Stories
  • Author: Ed Kavanagh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Strays, Ed Kavanagh s first work of fiction since the award winning novel The Confessions of Nipper Mooney, features ten memorable stories that explore the lives of those who somehow find themselves adrift In The Strayaway Child a ninety year old woman recalls her girlhood during the Great Depression when she was a sad, silent little nobody in The Red Merc a boy leStrays, Ed Kavanagh s first work of fiction since the award winning novel The Confessions of Nipper Mooney, features ten memorable stories that explore the lives of those who somehow find themselves adrift In The Strayaway Child a ninety year old woman recalls her girlhood during the Great Depression when she was a sad, silent little nobody in The Red Merc a boy learns deep truths about his often absent father and in The Wind a Newfoundlander in a big Canadian city struggles with issues of identity Affecting, finely crafted, and often humorous, Strays speaks, ultimately, to our desire to belong.

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    About "Ed Kavanagh"

      • Ed Kavanagh

        Ed Kavanagh grew up in Kilbride, Newfoundland and Labrador, and now lives in St John s He received an Honours B.A in English and a B.Ed from Memorial University of Newfoundland, a B.A in Music from Carleton University, and an M.A in English and Creative Writing from the University of New Brunswick He has worked as a writer, actor, musician, theatre director, university lecturer, and editor His stories, essays, dramatic scripts, and poetry have earned 14 awards in the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts and Letters Competition Ed has taught creative writing through the extension services of both Memorial University and the University of New Brunswick He is a past president of the Writers Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador.In addition to the Amanda Greenleaf series of children s books, Ed has also published The Cat s Meow The Longside Players Selected Plays 1984 1989 co author and editor , and released a cassette tape of his children s songs Alison Gross and Other Wickedly Wonderful Songs In 2001, Killick Press published his first adult novel, The Confessions of Nipper Mooney, which won the Newfoundland and Labrador Book Award for Fiction, was a finalist for the Winterset Award, and was also nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award His most recent releases are the CD Weaving the Wind Music from Newfoundland Performed on Celtic Harp and Amanda Greenleaf The Complete Adventures This new book includes the three previously published Amanda Greenleaf stories, plus the never before published fourth and final installment The Journey Home.


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