Essays on Identity, Language and Writing Culture by paulo da costa A book of twelve essays, musings, thoughts, inner conversations, arguments and rambles written over the course of two decades. For those who believe the book is obsolete and has been overtaken by other cultural platforms and...
Zoë S. Roy
Born in China, Zoë S. Roy, an avid reader even during the Cultural Revolution, writes literary fiction with a focus on women’s cross-cultural experiences. Her publications include Butterfly Tears, a collection of short fiction, and two novles, The Long March Home and Calls across the Pacific published by Inanna Publictons. She holds an M.A. from Saint Mary's University and an A.Ed from the University of New Brunswick. She currently lives in Toronto and teaches with the Essential Skills Upgrading program for the Toronto Dstrict School Board.
Calls Across the Pacific, (Novel)
The Long March Home (Novel)
Butterfly Tears (Collction of short fiction)