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Champ de Mars (Electric Literatures Recommended Reading Book 119) ❰PDF❯ ❤ Champ de Mars (Electric Literatures Recommended Reading Book 119) Author Mireille Silcoff – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Eudora Welty once wrote “Some stories leave a train of light behind them meteor like so that much later than they strike our eye we may see their meaning like an after effect” That describes the e Eudora Welty once wrote “Some stories leave a train of light behind Champ de MOBI :º them meteor like so that much later than they strike our eye we may see their meaning like an after effect” That describes the experience of reading Silcoff’s stories they possess a distinct visual and psychological resonance that imprints itself upon the mind long after you’ve finished reading As only the very best writing can Janice Zawerbny Foreward Senior Editor Canadian Fiction House of Anansi Press About the Author Mireille Silcoff's debut short story collection Chez l'Arabe was published in August by House of Anansi Her writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine The Walrus and The National Post where she writes a weekly column She is the founding editor of Guilt Pleasure uarterly a magazine of Jewish writing and ideas The recipient of two National Magazine Awards she lives in Montreal About the Guest Editor House of Anansi Press was founded in by writers Dennis Lee and David Godfrey Anansi started as a small press with a mandate to publish Canadian writers and uickly gained attention for publishing authors such as Margaret Atwood Matt Cohen Michael Ondaatje and Erín Moure as well as George Grant and Northrop Frye French Canadian works in translation have always been an important part of the list and prominent Anansi authors in translation include Roch Carrier Marie Claire Blais and France Daigle Today the company specializes in finding and developing Canadian writers of literary fiction poetry and nonfiction and in maintaining the culturally significant backlist that has accumulated in the decades since the house was founded About the publisher Electric Literature is an independent publisher amplifying the power of storytelling through digital innovation Electric Literature’s weekly fiction magazine Recommended Reading invites established authors indie presses and literary magazines to recommended great fiction Once a month we feature our own recommendation of original previously unpublished fiction “Champs de Mars” copyright © by Mireille Silcoff from Chez l'arabe House of Anasi Press Reprinted by permission of Author.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 19 pages
  • Champ de Mars (Electric Literatures Recommended Reading Book 119)
  • Mireille Silcoff
  • English
  • 18 February 2015

About the Author: Mireille Silcoff

Mireille Silcoff is a columnist with Canada's National Post She writes for Champ de MOBI :º publications including The New York Times Magazine and The Walrus She is the founding editor of Guilt Pleasure uarterly a uarterly magazine of new Jewish writing and ideas She has been a senior editor with the National Post Saturday Night Magazine and various other publications She is also the founder of a string.