Let the Day Perish

Overview

Christian Petersen beautifully reins in the confusion and displacement of a diminishing band of men facing the daily spectre of an unforgiving land, men enslaved to the grind of the sawmill, hunkered on bar stools, high in the saddle of a John Deere, or wild behind the wheel speeding down dirt roads to the Fraser. Here are fathers, brothers, lovers in search of forsaken children, bygone loves, and memories long faded in the wash of fast-running streams and firelight.

About the Author

Christian Petersen

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Christian Petersen

Christian Petersen's stories have been anthologized in the 1997 edition of Best Canadian Stories (ed. Douglas Glover) and West By Northwest: B.C. Short Stories. He has published in Event, Prism International, Pottersfield Portfolio, The New Quarterly, Grain, The Fiddlehead and TickleAce.