Delighted to learn that Ni'n na L'nu: The Mi'kmaq of Prince Edward island (Acorn Press), co-written with Jesse Francis, is short-listed for an Atlantic Book Award and for a PEI Book Award. Winners of categories to be announced May 21 at Atlantic Book Awards Gala in Charlottetown.
Zoë S. Roy
Born in China, Zoë S. Roy was an eyewitness to the red terror under Mao’s regime. Her writing has appeared in Canadian Stories, Thought Magazine and The Northern Light. She holds an M.Ed. in Adult Education (The University of New Brunswick) and an M.A. in Atlantic Canada Studies (Saint Mary’s University). Currently she lives in Toronto where she works as an adult educator with the Toronto District School Board. Her first book, an acclaimed collection of short stories, Butterfly Tears, was published by Inanna Publications in 2009. The Long March Home is her first novel.
The Long March Home (Novel)
Butterfly Tears (Short fiction collection)