A Bright and Steady Flame: The Story of Aging and Enduring Friendship

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Price
$22.95  $21.34
Publisher
Caitlin Press
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.55 X 8.0 X 0.41 inches | 0.48 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781987915822

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About the Author

Luanne Armstrong has written twenty books. She writes young adult books, fiction, nonfiction and poetry. She has contributed to many anthologies and edited a Canadian non-fiction anthology called Slice Me Some Truth. She has been nominated or won many awards, including the Moonbeam Award; the Chocolate Lily Award; the Hubert Evans Non-fiction Prize; the Red Cedar Award; Surrey Schools Book of the Year Award; the Sheila Egoff Book Prize and the Silver Birch Prize. Luanne presently lives on her farm on Kootenay Lake. Her previous book from Caitlin was The Light Through the Trees.

Reviews
"From the Kootenays to the coast and back again, from poverty and single parenthood to writing and activism, love and pain, A Bright and Steady Flame is a love letter to a fifty-five year friendship and a memoir that offers extraordinary insights into aging, love, loss and joy." -- Jane Hamilton Silcott, co-editor of Love Me True and Everything Rustles
"In A Bright and Steady Flame, we have been given a gift that is at once an easy read and a work of depth, intellect, compassion and razor-sharp observation. It is a book that makes me want to go into my library and re-read some of Armstrong's earlier works, if for no other reason than the quality of writing..." -- Lorne Eckersley, Creston Valley Advance
"This book may well change your worldview about aging. It will certainly encourage you to live as creatively as you can, particularly as you grow older. It is a book about navigating personal annihilation, about being ground into ashes and almost disappearing from life, only to return to the world with a poetic and riveting story that will light a fire in readers' hearts." -- Lee Reid, M. Ed, The Ormsby Review