Anne Stone teaches Creative Writing and lit at Capilano University. She is the author of three novels: jacks, Hush and, most recently, Delible. Chosen as one of thirty-five “Books of the Year” for the Globe and Mail, Delible tells the story of Melora Sprague, a 15-year-old girl whose sister is missing. The novel offers a glimpse into a sustained experience of uncertainty and, in so doing, explores how our identities exist in those traces we leave behind.


(This picture was taken by Amanda Marchand. She also took the author photo for jacks and Hush. Amanda took these photos in a house that was being gutted, a beautiful old place in the west end of Montreal. You can see some of her other photos here.)