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Jennesia Pedri

Jennesia Pedri is a contributing editor to Geist. she recently wrote and directed the short film The Alderson Murder, released in the fall of 2018. She lives in Coquitlam, B.C. Read her book reviews at geist.com.

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Dispatches

Jennesia Pedri reviews A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James. Read more

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Jennesia Pedri examines the literary legacy of Dollarton, once home to Earle Birney, Dorothy Livesay and Al Purdy, and the recently-evicted Carole Itter and Al Neil. Read more

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Jennesia Pedri reviews Gonzalo Riedel's wonderfully disastrous short story collection, Behaving This Way Is All I Have Left. Read more

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A review of Happy-Go-Lucky: Silver Islet Shenanigans, a creative non-fiction book by Bill MacDonald. Read more

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Jennesia Pedri answers: why would one want to reread a novel that devotes 211 of its 354 pages to the 227 days that followed a shipwreck? Read more

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Jennesia Pedri reviews Walls: Travels Along the Barricades by Marcello di Cintio (Goose Lane). Read more

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Jennesia Pedri reviews Crossings by Betty Lambert. Read more

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