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Stephen Hines -- The Late Season



Stehen Hines -- The Late Season


DUE SEPTEMBER 2017.

DEBUT SHORT STORY COLLECTION.

With The Late Season, Stephen Hines’ debut story collection, the lives revealed and the places they inhabit are an easy dimension to switch into. Each mysterious and intimate, these stories have a unique ambience of exotic and sparse ordinariness. The mood is a steady heartbeat even when the characters are anguished. In the title story, carpet salesman Mr Halliday has overstayed his welcome. Lost and looking for answers, his presence shifts the fabric of the family, his own sadness a slow drowning. Honeymoon, where mother and child don’t return from a boat outing, the terror of a grief stricken imagination takes over. The intriguingly titled a 1946 DeSoto Custom Convertible on the first day of spring is a short story but when you read it, feels so much longer. It’s an ordinary working day for Jerry: winter is melting and there is gas to pump. But his day is interrupted by truancy specialist Brian and things aren’t quite the same again. The disorientating this time, right here hitches a ride with a concussed driver who pulls into The Blue Spot motel. When the protagonist asks about the blue dots everywhere, the receptionist replies: ‘The owner thinks they’re lucky,’ then continues, ‘Aren’t you the one from the accident?’ Stephen Hines could be Canada’s most overlooked writer. His words are smooth on the eyes, generous with internal thoughts, captivating visuals and perfectly natural banter. His writing and artwork has appeared in many magazines and publications around the globe, including Anthenaeum, Grain, Prairie Fire, MILK, Regime and Gaspereau Review. Mr Hines lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with his wife and son.

TRADE PAPERBACK

*** pages. Format approx. 6"/150mm wide x 9"/230mm tall. Colour cover;
acid-free text paper. Printed & bound in England. ISBN: *** £10.00



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COLLECTORS' EDITIONS

General Information: *** pages. Pinched Crown format, approx. 7”/175mm wide, 10”/250mm tall. Handbound at the Tangerine workshop with acid-free boards, conservation glue and hemp cord; foil embossed front cover artwork; colour title page. 100 numbered/signed/artwork and 26 lettered/signed/original artwork copies available for sale. ISBN: ***

Signed limited edition of 126 numbered & lettered copies for sale.

100 Numbered/signed/artwork copies:
Details tbc

Signed by the author. £*** plus p&p

26 Lettered/signed/signed artwork copies:
Details tbc. These copies will contain original signed artwork by the author so no two copies are the same.

Signed by the author w/original artwork. £*** plus p&p




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