Pegi Eyers Reviews The Alphabet Stones in The Link

Pegi Eyers stopped by my signing at Chapters Peterborough yesterday to pick up the two hardcovers copies of Green Music I’m donating to the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre Fundraiser, and I realized I hadn’t posted her wonderful review of The Alphabet Stones in The Link.

You can read the rest online (it’s on P. 14) or grab a hard copy–they’re available all over Peterborough, Northumberland, and The County.

“Local literary dynamo Ursula Pflug has produced a finely wrought coming of age tale that combines the immediacy of prose-poetry with fantasy fiction. With her lush metaphors and biting humour, Pflug’s narrative and warmth of phrasing imagines a young girl’s proximity to the worlds of ancient magic and mythical beings in the wilds of rural Ontario.”

Our old friend Peter Tasse has a beautiful carved stone turtle in the KTTC show that I’m looking forward to seeing in the flesh.

Kawarthas Turtle Trauma Centre

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