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The Golden Thread

The Golden Thread

Nominated for the 1990 Governor General's Award, The Golden Thread is a collection of linked stories that introduce readers to the memorable Sister Claire Delaney.
Ann Copeland, a native of Connecticut, lived in Sackville, New Brunswick, for twenty-five years before moving to Salem, Oregon, in 1996. A popular fiction writing instructor at workshops in Canada, the US, and New Zealand, she is the author of The ABCs of Writing Fiction and six books of stories. The Golden Thread, linked stories about Sister Claire Delaney, was a finalist for a 1990 Governor General's Award; "Another Christmas," first published in the Fiddlehead, is part of Strange Bodies on a Stranger Shore, the sequel to The Golden Thread.

"A triumph ... [Copeland] makes of convent life a vital and moving adventure." — Boston Globe

"Two visions, secular and religious, carry their own weight ... A dazzling and difficult balancing act." — Toronto Star

"[Copeland's] writing is both beautiful and intelligent." — New York Times Book Review

274 pages
Pub date: April 1, 1995