Braun’s third collection of short fiction again reveals the unseen—the secret exceptions to the everyday hidden behind closed doors and inside her characters’ collective unconscious.
“Lois Braun is a writer in the lineage of Flannery O’Connor.”
—Rudy Wiebe, author of Scorched Wood People and The Mad Trapper
“There is often an element of mystery in Braun’s stories, an eerie feeling that some things are unknowable... she writes with assurance and poise.”
—William French, The Globe and Mail
Lois Braun was born on a grain farm in southern Manitoba and studied at the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba. She has been nominated for numerous literary prizes, including the Governor General's Award, the Journey Prize, and the Manitoba Book of the Year Award. She lives in Altona, Manitoba.