M. A. C. (Marion) Farrant
M.A.C. Farrant is the author of ten collections of satirical and philosophical short fiction, a novel-length memoir, My Turquoise Years, a book of essays/humour, The Secret Lives of Litterbugs, and the stage adaptation of My Turquoise Years.
In 2011 Talonbooks will publish The Strange Truth About Us, a “novel of absence”.
She is a regular book reviewer for the Vancouver Sun and the Toronto Globe & Mail.
Farrant’s work is infused with acerbic wit and iconoclastic innovation. As the Globe & Mail has noted, “Farrant is better at startling us with unnerving, often misanthropic, visions of everyday life than perhaps any other Canadian writer.”
Where to buy in print
The Secret Lives of Litterbugs
by M. A. C. (Marion) Farrant
Farrant tackles the absurdities of family life from both sides of the generational divide: as a young girl growing up in a dysfunctional, cobbled-together family in the 1960s, and as a mother herself to three willful teenagers. The pieces are funny and sharp, completely original while describing an utterly familiar world.
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