Categories: 2010-2019, Atlantic Literature, Historical Fiction, Imagery, Indigenous Identity, Place as Character, Prose Fiction, Women Authors
From: Too Unspeakable For Words
A short story by Rosalind Gill, telling the story of a girl living in a small Newfoundland village and struggling with her relationship with Catholicism.
Rosalind Gill is a Senior Scholar in French and Translation at Glendon College, York University. She writes fiction and as well is a literary translator. Her stories and translations from French and Spanish have appeared in various Canadian journals and magazines. Recently, she has volunteered her translation services to human rights organizations such as Rights Action and PEN Canada.