Seasons of Ordinary Time by Robyn Marie Butt

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By times compassionate, brave, and humorous, this bright and poetic collection roams from a little country girl to the urban party crowd, from rural teenagers’ drunken exploits to a Trappist monk – culminating in a connected series of longer stories about Beatrix Chambers, a young artist learning about love, aging, and most of all, about the meaning of family. The extended portraits of Bea’s stays at home, and her experiences of parents, grandparents, siblings, and cousins, are as flawless as crystal and as soothing as summer light.
 

About Robyn Marie Butt

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Robyn-Marie Butt, author of "Seasons of Ordinary Time", is a playwright as well as a writer of fiction. Her plays have been produced in Toronto and her scripts have been heard on CBC Radio and seen on CBC Television.
 
Published December 12, 2012 by Mercury Press. 175 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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