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1 KIDD, Monica Actualities
Gaspereau Press, Kentville, NS, 2007, ISBN:9781554470419 
KIDD, Monica. Actualities . Kentville, NS: Gaspereau Press Limited, 2007. Pp. [1]-58,(6). 8vo, decorated brownish card covers with french flaps. The first collection of poems by the Newfoundland novelist. Vg. 10.00

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2 KIDD, Monica Any other woman : an uncommon biography.
NeWest Press, Edmonton, 2008, ISBN:9781897126301 
KIDD, Monica. Any other woman : an uncommon biography. (Edmonton) : NeWest Press, (2008). First Printing. Pp [1]-[156],(4). Frontis. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. "In the early twentieth century, Andrew Zak proposes toRosalia Patala in a letter. New to North America from Slovakia, Rosalia bo ards a train from New York to Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, where she marries a man she knows only through the written word. They bear and lose their firstchild, fear the dangers of hazardous coal mines, and raise a family of fou r children on their homestead. But like time-wrn cloth, this trues story contains holes, and Monica Kidd, poet, journalist, and great-granddaughter toAndrew and Rosalia, is compelled by them. Did Andrew and Rosalia court? Wh y did they each leave Slovakia? Many years later, Kidd travels from her home in Newfoundland back to Alberta and then Slovakia, where she trails the ghost of Rosalia in search of why she, and so many thousands of women like her, launched themselves into the terra icognita of becoming a frontier wife. " - from the back cover. Monica Kidd was raised in the small town of Elnora, AB. Shortly after moving to Newfoundland in 1998, she began working full-time as a reporter for CBC Radio, where she won numerous awards for news stories and documentaries. She is the author of Actualities, a collection of poetry, as well as the novels The Momentum of Red and Beatrice. After completing a B.Sc. in Zoology at the University of Calgary and a M.Sc. in Biology at Queen's University, she attended medical school at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. She is currently a medical resident in St. John's, Newfoundland. Very good to fine. 12.00

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3 DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.). CLARKE, George Elliott KELLY, Dermot KIDD, Monica Nashwaak Review. Number 6-7, Fall 1999.
Eastern Cougar Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1999, 
DONOVAN, Stewart (ed.). The Nashwaak Review. Number 6-7, Fall 1999. Fredericton, N.B.: Eastern Cougar Press, 1999. Pp [1]-241,(3). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. Contents : Essays by Kenneth Donovan "Mary Grace Barron and The Irish of Ingonish”, Thomas O'Grady "Witnessing TheGreat Hunger", Colm J. Kelly "The Accent of the Other", Dermot Kelly "The Ginger Man", William Spray "Irish Famine Emigrants and Their Reception in New Brunswick in 1847", and Kevin Whelan "The Irish Famine.” Fiction by Cliff Bums, Anne Cimon, Tess Fragoulis, Sonya Freedman, Harold Hoefle, Betinna Klix, Wayne Rhodes, and Donna C. Triocuk. Poetry by Allan Brown, Ronnie R. Brown, George Elliott Clarke, Lisa Cote, Stewart Donovan, Monica Kidd, Christopher Levenson, Eric Miller, Vernon Mooers, Nancy Morin, Chad Norman, Ruth Panofsky, LeoBrent Robllard, Glen Sorestad, Lenora Steele, Megan Walden and Derk Wynand. Very good. 10.00

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4 KIDD, Monica. Year of Our Beautiful Exile. Paperback.
Gaspereau Press, Kentville, 2015, ISBN:9781554471430 2015 1554471435 / 9781554471430 
KIDD, Monica. The Year of Our Beautiful Exile. (Kentville, Nova Scotia) : Gaspereau Press, (2015). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (14),15-89,(7). 8vo, decorated black card covers in tan paper jacket.

"In 'The Year of Our Beautiful Exile', Monica Kidd observes the ways in which estrangement and loss punctuate our days, but need not always diminish them. Whether she is writing of the bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth, the displacement of whole communities during the epic flooding of Alberta's rivers in 2013, or of the many minor disconnections which occur in the headlong tumble of domestic life and love (where sometimes a smartphone might seem better connected than a spouse, 'remembers my birthday with a cheery trala'), Kidd demonstrates a keen eye for the ordinariness of loss, for the way in which the world evolves and adapts in the midst of perpetual change and for the many small moments of human connection that form our lives." - from the rear wraparound band.

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