One More Winter: A Short Story

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A short story about love, daughters, dogs and letting go. More
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About Rebecca K. O'Connor

Rebecca K. O’Connor is the author of the award-winning memoir Lift published by Red Hen Press in 2009. She has published essays and short stories in South Dakota Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Los Angeles Times Magazine, West, divide, The Coachella Review, Phantom Seed and Prime Number Magazine. Her novel, Falcon’s Return was a Holt Medallion Finalist for best first novel and she has published numerous reference books on the natural world.


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Review by: Marcia Carrington on Dec. 7, 2015 :
True to life, realistic story of a woman's private family and personal life, and the effect a dog has on her consciousness. The spare, understated range of emotions exhibited by the characters works to the story's advantage, with a war subtheme underlying their coolness towards each other.
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Review by: Myanne Shelley on Aug. 4, 2011 :
I came across this story by chance, and found it very moving. Look forward to reading more of O'Connor's work.
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Review by: Linda Tailleart on June 4, 2011 : (no rating)
Just finished "One More Winter" by Rebecca O'Connor. This short story is insightful and fascinating on several different levels. It also made me reflect on Fifi, Elvis and Fabian who met their ends on US 223 Adrian, Michigan.

The canine bibliophile, Booth, who provided testimony for the story is a BIG hit!

I actually drove by Gilman Springs Road today and immediately looked over to the area referenced in the story.
Every dog should be so lucky to be cared about so much! I also learned some things I didn't know - especially about MIA's. Loved it Rebecca!
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