MONA'S DANCE by Ann Diamond
BOOK DESCRIPTION AND REVIEWS
A post-feminist comedy, relating the adventure and opinions of a strip-tease artist who works in Montreal and New York.
“[Diamond's first novel is]… not just an accomplished stylistic show-piece; it is also driven by some potent ideas… For a first novel, Mona’s Dance is an impressive work… a chapter in the development of an important and promising Canadian writer.” - Prairie Fire
Chosen by CBC as the best small press novel of 1988.
Cited in "The Moosehead Anthology V: Forbidden Fiction" by Steve Luxton
- "...exciting and startling work by writers seeking to explore the wilder margins of the narrative." - Canadian Book Review Annual
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