As Little as Nothing

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Product Details

Price
$17.95  $16.69
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
280
Dimensions
5.55 X 8.53 X 0.66 inches | 0.78 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781770416369

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About the Author

Pamela Mulloy's debut novel, The Deserters, was published in 2018 and shortlisted for the ReLit Award. She is the editor of The New Quarterly and director of the Wild Writers Literary Festival. She has lived in Poland, England, and the U.S., and currently resides in Kitchener, ON, with her husband and daughter.

Reviews

"A buoyant and affecting portrait of four disparate souls striving to become their true selves on the cusp of major social change." -- Kathleen Winter, author of Undersong
"With intimacy, acuity, and grace, Pamela Mulloy captures the complex inner lives of her characters, who yearn to become themselves as England lurches into war. Soaring and kaleidoscopic, As Little As Nothing is both a beautiful evocation of the past and a novel for our times -- a clarion call for the right of women everywhere to choose their own destiny." -- Jack Wang, author of We Two Alone
"Mulloy gracefully captures the lives of two women who, against the backdrop of a looming war, must reinvent themselves. Like the best historical fiction, As Little As Nothing helps illuminate the issue of reproductive rights by shining a light on the past." -- Claire Cameron, author of The Last Neanderthal
"As Little As Nothing was a lovely read on a warm summer day, and it was also a reminder that women have been fighting for decades and will continue to fight, for agency and the right to make decisions about our bodies ... A beautiful story that is at once timely and timeless." -- Urban Info Girl blog
"Mulloy has crafted a well-researched novel at an important moment prior to World War II ... this is not a novel to rush through, but rather a story to be relished one page at a time." -- The Miramichi Reader