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Oceans Apart, Quarry Press, 1995.
While a young couple travel from Canada to Hong Kong in 1979
to bring home Vietnamese orphans for adoption, the husband
reflects on the circumstances of his own birth and childhood in
the aftermath of war and family disruption.
Critics have called Oceans Apart “compelling, beautifully written” and “chillingly realistic.”
Prince of Wiles is a satirical novel about country music royalty and Canadian politics.
Read an excerpt online in issue 16 of the web-zine Stange's Nebula.