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Publishing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and Maritime interest books (with a focus on Mi'kmaq and African Nova Scotian) since 1979.

 

 

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Never Speak of this Again

It is 1917 and Nellie, seventeen years old and pregnant, has just returned to Cape Breton from Boston to find her lover. Instead of a safe haven, she encounters rejection and humiliation and is told to clear out and never speak of this again. Her world becomes a matter of daily survival, while so many in the world try to survive the catastrophic chaos of WWI and the Spanish Flu. Nellie's story takes the reader from eastern Canada to western Canada, to Europe, and back again.

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