Q & A: Jónína Kirton

“Poet and author, Jónína Kirton talks about her latest book that merges memoir and poetry to tell of the effects of colonization on her Metis family and her path to healing. Read the interview here.FULL STORY



Susan Lundy

June 28th, 2022

Born in the 1960s and “fed on feminism in the ‘70s and ‘80s,” Victoria-raised Susan Lundy intended to lead the life of a career woman. “Dress suits were in. I could motor out of the driveway in the morning, delve into engrossing and stimulating work (setting my own hours), bring home a fat cheque,” she writes in Home on the Strange: Chronicles of Motherhood, Mayhem, and Matters of the Heart (Heritage House $22.95). Then, in quick succession while on a summer co-op job in her fourth year at UVic, Lundy fell in love, married, became an instant step-mom and later, gave birth to two girls. Her career became a distant goal when she “looked into their eyes.” Family life became everything, which she wrote about in newspaper and magazine columns. Her book is a humourous story collection of the complete journey from kids to Covid and becoming an empty-nester. 9781772033649

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