About The Author:
Born in San Francisco, Dugan has lived in Boston, Toronto, and London, England, and has worked in almost every part of the book world: in libraries and bookstores, as a book reviewer; she was Associate Publisher at Quarry Press, where she also served as managing editor of Poetry Canada Review and Quarry Magazine. She has worked in journalism, as a freelancer, and as visual arts columnist. Dugan studied at the University of Toronto Writers Workshop and the Banff Centre for the Arts, and has a post-graduate degree in Creative Writing from Humber College. She has done numerous public readings.
Her short stories have been shortlisted for several awards. She lives in Kingston, Ontario with her partner and their two sons.
My Thoughts On The Book: I cannot remember when a book affected me so much. From the very beginning of the book tears filled my eyes and they remained there until the last page. Dugan is quite the wordsmith and this story yanks at your heart strings. As an adult who suffered a great loss when I was small this story served as a reminder that in life you never know just how good you have had it until it’s too late. Bee Summers is quite a thought-provoking story. It is a must read and a book you will definitely want in your personal library. When you finish it you will want to take a deep breath and just say, "WOW!"
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