One of fiction’s pleasures is the opportunity to hear a variety of voices, and hear voice put to a variety of uses. In Girl Runner, Carrie Snyder demonstrates a pitch-perfect ear for the voices of her characters, young and old.
Gary Draper has been a book editor and reviewer, a librarian, and a university professor of English (University of Waterloo). Now retired, Gary continues to read, research and write. He has taught a number of third age learning courses