National bestselling writer Alicia Elliott talks about her debut novel, And Then She Fell, a gripping story about Native life, motherhood, and mental health that follows a young Mohawk woman who discovers that the picture-perfect life she always hoped for may have horrifying consequences.
An essayist and writer of short fiction and non-fiction, Elliott talks about her journey into long-form storytelling as an opportunity to delve into complex themes such as inherited trauma, womanhood, and denial.
A Different Drummer Books will be onsite selling the book for signing after the talk.
Presented in partnership with Doubleday Canada and A Different Drummer Books
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