Last Night's Dream is a strong, confident first collection of short stories by Heather Frayne. The stories incorporate everything from religion, world politics, dreams, and historical events to contemporary realism.
This is a book that is serious without being too earnest. It's about moral ambiguity, the elusiveness of perfection, the randomness of evil, the interdependence of life and death, and in the midst of it all, love that could that could break your heart.
Heather Frayne was born in England and spent her childhood in Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Southern Ontario.
She worked for CBC radio and television for thirteen years. While she was based in Winnipeg she also worked in Rankin Inlet, Yellowknife, and Thompson. She has a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) from Carleton University. She now lives and writes in Winnipeg.