Rabbit Stew & Orange Season – Stories of Life, Death, and Dinner in a Small Town
by Tara G. Harris
Rabbit Stew & Orange Season: Stories of Life, Death, and Dinner in a Small Town examines rural living in Atlantic Canada from the perspective of a young woman about to graduate from high school, and Iris, a life-long resident. Though different in tone, both stories explore issues of death, grief, local culture, and relationship to place.
Tara G. Harris is a member of the Qalipu First Nation. She grew up in Buchans, Newfoundland, where dinner came from the woods more often than it came from the grocery store. Tara enjoys exploring the challenges of rural living through short ﬁction. She lives in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. Facebook: /tara.g.harris Instagram: /registryrat
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Participation in the Little Books Collective provided a wonderful opportunity to build skills and connect with other writers. Watching the work evolve from a messy draft into a beautiful book was magic. Many thanks to everyone involved!