"A tough, fierce story about not fitting in."—Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
When Cheri and Geneva's aunt's death draws them back together after a long separation, forcing them to face their past, the choices that follow will push them beyond boundaries they never thought they'd cross. Echolocation lays bare the hearts of lost women called together by their own homing instincts in a season that will change their lives forever.
Myfanwy Collins lives on the north shore of Massachusetts with her husband and son. Her work has been published in The Kenyon Review, AGNI, Cream City Review, Quick Fiction, and Potomac Review.
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Drawn in by the gravity of their beloved's worsening condition, the prodigal Cheriâwhom Auntie Marie also brought upâreturns to their northern hometown, and so does Cheri's mother, Renee, who abandoned Cheri to Auntie Marie's care years ago and fled to Florida on the back of a motorcycle with...Feb 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Echolocation: a novel
Mar 11 2012
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In this stunning debut novel, Myfanwy Collins lays bare the hearts of three lost women called together by their own homing instincts in a season that will change their lives-and the place they call home-forever.
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