This collection of stories takes us into the remarkable and poignant lives of fictional daughters, sisters, friends, lovers, wives, and mothers through a story collection inspired by Shakespeare’s plays. Set in twentieth and twenty-first century Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand, and the United States, these insightful stories portray girls and women dealing with a range of contemporary issues such as racism, social isolation, sexual slavery, kidnapping, violence, family dynamics, and the fluid boundaries of gender.
TRICIA DOWER was a corporate communications and human resources executive before reinventing herself as a writer in 2002. Her short fiction has been published in Room of One’s Own, New Quarterly, Hemispheres, Cicada, NEO, Insolent Rudder and Big Muddy. Having explored life in various North American locations, she now lives and writes in Victoria, BC.
Published by Inanna Publications