A wonderful hybrid of post-modern genre-bending and conventional narrativean exploration of a state of mind rather than a description of events. This work deals with subjects as varied as memory; rewriting notions of history; erotic latitude; the blurred border between sleep, dream and reality; isolation; loss; pleasure and change.
Catherine Bennett is a Vancouver writer, whose work has appeared in numerous magazines, including Grain, subTerrain, Tessera, and Mirage/Period(ical). She won first prize in the 1991 Short Grain Contest (Postcard Story Category). For many years, she was a member of the Kootenay School of Writing Collective. She holds a BA in creative writing and an MA in English literature. Currently, she makes her living as a freelance editor.