I’m going to start this piece with a fun fact. Not every Canadian knows French. I’m from a part of the country not exactly known for being particularly “worldly” but I can recognize enough French to have traveled in French speaking areas like Quebec, France, Belgium, and Luxemburg, and not have too many issues. I use the word “recognize” not “read” very intentionally. I can often understand out what words I’m seeing, without truly reading them. I know enough that “Little Deaths” makes me smile. If you know why that’s a sort of double entendre, this book is likely for you.
Little Deaths is planned to be a series of short stories chronicling the life and travels of La Maupin, Julie d’Aubigny. The most well known story of her life comes from the heavily fictionalized 1835 novel Mademoiselle...Read More