Any Given Power is peopled with deftly drawn characters who puzzle through their lives in cities and small towns across Canada. In twelve perfectly formed stories that “open to the universal like a beautiful dark rose” (Globe & Mail), York turns her courageous stare to the haunting and bewildering pull of desire, contemporary racism and poverty, the family, with all its impossible circles and affections, and the multitude of injuries, losses, and moments of grace that define us.
1999 Journey Prize; 1999 Bronwen Wallace Award; 2000 Mary Scorer Award For Best Book By A Manitoba Publisher
Part of our Literary Collection.
|Pages||176 pp (Paper)|
|Dimensions||5″ × 7.75″ × 0.5″|