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Ten varied stories – many published in Canada's best literary journals – of contemporary women learning what they want from sex, love and partnership make up the debut collection from Bronwen Wallace Award–winner Nicole Dixon.
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High-Water Mark is a beautiful book with a marbled soft cover and thick creamy paper inside, published by a small press, Porcupine’s Quill. It’s a fitting way to package such engaging tales.Read Full Review of High-Water Mark | See more reviews from Toronto Star
If Dixon is unfailingly honest about the tangles women’s lives can involve, she also displays fidelity to the notion of endurance, to the idea that life, with all its pain and disappointment and aggravation, is finally worth fighting for.Read Full Review of High-Water Mark | See more reviews from National Post arts
This is wholly appropriate for a book that deals frankly with women’s lives, the thorny emotional terrain they must negotiate in work and in their family and romantic attachments.Read Full Review of High-Water Mark | See more reviews from National Post arts