Marcia Maguire earned her BA in English literature from the University of Toronto and a Masters degree in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. She was mentored by Governor General award-winning author Dorothy Livesay. Marcia's work has appeared in several Canadian magazines - Fiddlehead, Malahat Review, The Canadian Forum and Prism International. Doctor of Natural Medicine for thirty years - Marcia writes novels, poetry, short-stories, and edits PATCHWORK - a small literary magazine of Canadian literature.
"A hilarious and thought-provoking novel that weaves stories back and forth through time." -Kate Greco, Vice Women's Leader for Canada of Soka Gakkai International (SGI)"Marcia [Maguire] opens up a big big space for strange multi-headed, multi-hearted characters to strut their stuff from a hundred or more perspectives." -Dean Fogal, Visual Artist - apprenticed with Marcel Marceau and Etienne Decroux in Paris and Tom Leabhart in the US"Wonderful and sublime." -Bill Bissett, author of The Book"Reading this book is a rollicking romp with a poet sharing her story of family trauma, injuries inflicted by the Catatonic Church, the poisons of our civilization as well as loves and losses." -Evelyn Wolf, author of Moments of Wonder"[Marcia] is a very interesting, capable writer." -Luanne Armstrong, MFA, Ph.D, is a novelist, freelance writer, editor, and publisher."It's a non-linear homage to these humble gurus. Maguire's narrator never stops reflecting on how to be a better human." -Jeff Pew, author of One Foot In