The lives of women and girls are at the core of Limbo. These stories map the lives and emotional journeys of women at crossroads. Traveling from the islands of the Bahamas to the Southern United States to Western Canada and back, Limbo delves into everyday happenings and familiar relationships, magnifying those moments women find themselves caught between past and present, home and away, obligation and longing.
Jacqueline Honnet's fiction has appeared in literary journals including PRISM international, Event, and Room of One's Own. She received an honourable mention for a 2003 National Magazine Award and appears in the fifteenth edition of The Journey Prize Stories. She lives in Calgary.