Monday, April 27, 2009

Oonagh reviewed at The Globe and Mail

Jim Bartley over at The Globe seems to have enjoyed Mary Tilberg's risky and rewarding Oonagh:

"It's apparent we're dealing with sorrow, but in Tilberg's pictures from a mind reeling we see also the world's gifts. Oonagh Corcoran is the mad sister in the guest room, bleeding hallucinatory joy and pain, a damaged vessel that her family can't fix. It's an uncommonly adept and affecting first chapter. The writing is chock full of quiet wonders."
Yes Jim, yes it is. You can read the rest of the review here.

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