A Twist of Malice None

  • Title: A Twist of Malice
  • Author: Jean Rae Baxter
  • ISBN: 9780973458848
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Jean Rae Baxter"

    1. Jean Rae Baxter

      Jean Rae Baxter holds a B.A and M.A in English from the University of Toronto and a B.Ed degree from Queen s She worked in radio before beginning her career as a secondary school English teacher in Lennox Addington County, twenty miles west of Kingston During this time she helped to develop curriculum in liaison with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.During her career in education, Baxter had little free time for her own writing, although she managed to produce a few poems, professional articles, and one act plays that have been produced in schools and churches.In 1996, when she returned from the Kingston area to her hometown, Hamilton, Baxter began to write in earnest An interest in history had already led her into researching Canada s past Now she began to write about it, starting with the short story, Farewell the Mohawk Valley, which Ronsdale Press included in its anthology, Beginnings Stories of Canada s Past 2001 In 2005, she represented Ronsdale Press in Toronto at the Golden Oak Awards, for which Beginnings was shortlisted.Baxter surprised herself by the discovery that she had a knack for the noir The first short story she ever wrote, The Quilt , received first prize in the Canadian Writer s Journal s 2000 Competition Mother Wore a Hat appeared in Lichen Literary Journal and Depression Glass in Other Voices Insomniac Press published Loss in its anthology Hard Boiled Love 2003 and A Wanton Disregard in Revenge 2004 , The Catnappers and O Little Town appeared in the Hamilton literary journal, Hammered Out In 2003 and 2004 Baxter received the Arts Hamilton Award for the best story by a Hamilton writer She has twice been shortlisted for the Canadian Authors Association Conference Contest Seraphim Editions published her critically acclaimed collection of short stories, A Twist of Malice, in 2005.She has read at venues in Hamilton, Burlington, Dundas, Toronto, Windsor, Cambridge, Kitchener, Port Hope, Cobourg, Kingston, Napanee, Wellington, Belleville and Trenton as well as at Hamilton s Festival of Friends, Hamilton s Grit Lit Festival, at the Eden Mills Fringe Festival and at Canadian ex pat gatherings in China and Romania.Her young adult historical novel, The Way Lies North, was published by Ronsdale Press in 2007 For her second novel, which was released in April, 2008, she returned to crime Her literary murder mystery, Looking for Cardenio, centres upon the discovery of an old manuscript that may be Shakespeare s lost play.As a member of Arts Hamilton s Literary Advisory Committee and as one of the organizers of the LiT LiVe Reading Series, she is an active member of Hamilton s writing community

    334 thoughts on “A Twist of Malice”

    1. My initial reaction was to give this collection two stars instead of three However, the two star rating came from my own discomfort with the characters and their wickedness, which is pointless because Jean Rae Baxter captures wickedness intentionally with honesty and a rational that would leave almost any reader unnerved (in other words, I'm sure Baxter would be pleased if she heard I was out of my comfort zone reading these stories). The stories in this collection mostly deal with vengeance. Wh [...]


    2. After reading the first short-story I couldn't wait to start another. Each stands alone, but in this arrangment it gets better and better and better. Highly recommend when your mind doesn't know what type of story it wants to devour.


    3. I can't say I was ever a fan of short stories until this book and then I couldn't stop at just one. Climb inside the mind of malice - you might be amazed how many of those same thoughts you share.


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