Oct
8
Sat
Confessions With Keith: Book Launch! @ Munro's Books
Oct 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Confessions With Keith: Book Launch! @ Munro's Books | Victoria | British Columbia | Canada

Come on out to Munro’s Books and celebrate the launch of Confessions with Keith by Pauline Holdstock (September 20, 2022)! Confessions with Keith will be launched in a double-event alongside This House is Not a Home by Katłįà (Roseway Publishing, 2022). Pauline will be reading from her new book, followed by a discussion, Q&A, and signing. The launch will take place on Saturday, October 8 at 6:30PM PDT.

More details here.

Order your copy of Confessions with Keith here!

ABOUT CONFESSIONS WITH KEITH

An outrageously comic novel documents a middle-aged writer and mother’s grappling with mid-life crisis—her husband’s and her own.

Preoccupied with her fledgling literary career, intent on the all-consuming consolations of philosophy, and scrambling to meet the demands of her four children, the acutely myopic and chronically inattentive Vita Glass doesn’t notice that her house and her marriage are competing to see which can fall apart fastest. She can barely find time for her writing career, and just when her newfound success in vegetable erotica is beginning to take off. Our heroine’s only tried and trusted escape is the blissful detachment of Keith’s hairdressing salon, but when her husband leaves the country, unannounced, she decides to do likewise—in the opposite direction, and with their children. Drawn from the pages of Vita’s journal, this outrageously comic novel documents Vita’s passage through a mid-life crisis and explores all the ways we deceive each other and ourselves.

ABOUT PAULINE HOLDSTOCK

Pauline Holdstock is an internationally published novelist, short fiction writer and essayist. Her novels have been shortlisted for a number of awards, among them the Best First Novel Award, the Scotia Bank Giller prize and the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize. Her historical novel Beyond Measure was the winner of the BC Book Prizes Ethel Wilson Award for Fiction. The Hunter and the Wild Girl, her most recent book, won the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize. Pauline lives just outside Victoria on Vancouver Island.