Tumblehome

COMING SEPTEMBER 30, 2021! Almost allegorical in scope, Tumblehome sparkles with humanity. —Joseph Kertes, award-winning author of Gratitude and The Afterlife of Stars At last! Tumblehome: One Woman’s Canoeing Adventures in the Divine Near Wilderness is to be released this fall. Part travel adventure, part spiritual memoir and great part ode to the Earth, Tumblehome will arrive …

About Brenda Missen

The author of the literary thriller Tell Anna She’s Safe and, in 2021, Tumblehome: One Woman’s Canoeing Adventures in the Divine Near Wilderness, Brenda Missen was born in Toronto, Canada. Knowing she wanted to be a writer from the age of ten, she went off to university to read novels for four years. She …

Tell Anna She’s Safe

Based on a true story, Tell Anna She’s Safe tells the tale of two women, one missing, the other searching for her. Driving alongside West Quebec’s Gatineau River near her home one April afternoon, researcher Ellen McGinn spots a parked car that looks like it might belong to her friend and colleague, Lucy Stockman. …

Luciana Ricciutelli: In Tribute

It was with great shock and sadness that I learned, in December 2020, of the sudden death of my beloved publisher and friend, Luciana Ricciutelli, editor-in-chief at Inanna Publications. In addition to being a good friend, Lu was a keen champion of my writing, as she was to so many others. She took a …

Beyond Blame

Late in the evening of September 3rd, 2014, my niece Harriet received a phone call no one expects or wants ever to receive: a sergeant from the Ontario Provincial Police was delivering the news that her mother, my sister Kathryn (Kate to many), had been found deceased in her home in Casselman, Ontario. It …

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