8.5×11, 38pp, /120, $12.00
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Beth Follett, publisher of Canada’s renowned, fiercely independent Pedlar Press, is the author of several chapbooks as well as the novel Tell It Slant (Toronto: Coach House Books, 2001). The experimental tone of her work as a publisher is reflected in her own writing. A Thinking Woman Sleeps With Monsters is a book about, among many other things, youth, small moments of sudden maturity, mothers and influences, and how times refracts such things differently as it passes.
Collage (June 2014)
4 July 2014 | rob mclennan discusses A Thinking Woman Sleeps With Monsters in his ongoing Ottawa Small Press Fair notes.
7 June 2014 | Beth Follett reads from A Thinking Woman Sleeps With Monsters at the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair during an interview with Liana Voia [reading begins at 4:30].
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Much intrigued!! Can’t wait to discover more.