Anne Stone

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Anne Stone reads from her novel, Delible

Published by: Insomniac Press

Time of Reading: 5:05
Anne Stone is a teacher and writer living in Vancouver. She currently is an editor at Matrix Magazine.  Together with Amber Dean, she is guest-editing an upcoming special issue of the journal West Coast Line on representations of murdered and missing women. She is the author of three novels: jacks, Hush, and, most recently, Delible
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"Delible is on the surface a frightening story of a missing girl, who is at once charming, daring and self-destructive, but mostly, capable of inspiring love. It is, however, at its core a seductive meditation on the ways young women mythologize, cling to, enrapture, and lose one another. This book is equal parts beauty and perversity, darkness and light. An affecting portrait of girls in the eighties drawn with great acuity." — Heather O'Neill, author of Lullabies for Little Criminals
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