Leona Theis lives in Saskatoon. Her favourite places to write are a cabin in the boreal forest and the Stegner House in southwestern Saskatchewan. Her latest book is The Art of Salvage, a novel about messing up and finding hope.
History Bow-hunting season is over; now the muzzle-loaders are out. This morning I asked my neighbour if I’d be safe walking in the hills. He looked at my jacket and said, I wouldn’t wear leather. Good point, I said. Or . . .