Sandy Marie Bonny

Sandy Marie Bonny is a literary writer with an academic background in the earth sciences. She has been mentored by Lynn Coady, Jan Zwicky, and David Carpenter. Born in Ottawa, she has travelled extensively and presently lives in Saskatoon where, in addition to writing and editing, she works in science outreach to Northern communities. She has published short fiction since 2002, when her story “mandala” received second place in the CBC Literary Awards. Her work reflects her science and math interests and is marked by both brevity and a controlled ambiguity. Her stories invite exploration of the multiplicity of views that thrive beneath the authority of science as fact, guide, and divination.




248 pages / paper

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Yes, and Back Again

ISBN: 978-1-77187-052-8

Historian Tanis and high school teacher Neil have just purchased their dream home on Saskatoon’s west side: a fixer-upper with plenty of character and an abundance of history to uncover. But as Tanis moves deeper towards uncovering the secrets of the Tanner family who originally inhabited their home — and the cause of the mysterious stains on the attic floor — Neil is pulled into a drama of his own, as two aboriginal teenagers from his school have gone missing and he is being looked to as a suspect. Taking its title from the Old English nursery rhyme “How Many Miles to Babylon?”, Yes, and Back Again examines the personal journeys required to bridge the distances between individuals, cultures, and generations in an atmosphere marked by class and racial divisions.


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