Helen Mourre

Helen Mourre lives in Sovereign, Saskatchewan where she farms and writes. Her first book Landlocked was nominated for a Saskatchewan First Book award in 1998.

Mourre has had a number of her stories published in such literary journals as NeWest Review, Grain, and Western People. Her story "Things Happen" was included in the award-winning anthology Takes: Stories for Young Adults (Thistledown, 1996), and "Landlocked" was broadcast on CBC's Ambience. Mourre resides in Sovereign, Saskatchewan where she teaches and farms with her family.

 

 

 

 


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short fiction

162 pages/trade paper

Available in the US
World Rights Available

What's Come Over Her
 

ISBN: 978-1-894345-61-3

Mourre’s short stories are marked with the wry awareness of authentic prairie people — their bluntness, honesty and dishevelled truths. There is in each of them a universality that is both mythical and ordinary, delivered in a straight-ahead dramatic telling. Mourre’s writing weaves its prairie spells as it did in her first collection Landlocked.

Set against extended metaphors of seeding, harvesting, seasonal migration, and the implacable forces of nature, Helen Mourre’s fiction quietly takes its place in the front row of western Canadian realism.

"Only a very few writers capture their settings so precisely." — Saskatoon StarPhoenix


 

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