H.W. Browne writes poetry and short fiction and received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of British Columbia. She has published several books of poetry, and her story, “Beach Glass,” was recognized as a notable short story by the judges for the 2014 Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award. A native New Brunswicker, she now lives in Ontario.
This small volume of 160 pages contains many good stories, the highlight of which may well be the aforementioned “Beach Glass” which is revolves around a couple’s visit to the Percé Rock and its famous legend of Chevalier Raymond de Nerac, a handsome young officer of the French army who fell in love with a beautiful girl named Blanche de Beaumont, and got engaged to her.… Continue reading