"Little Sister"

Title"Little Sister"
Year for Search2002
AuthorsBowman, Donna
Secondary AuthorsDorsey, Candas Jane (b. 1952), and McCrosky, Judy Berlyne
Secondary TitleLand/Space: An Anthology of Prairie Speculative Fiction
Pagination111-25
Date Published2002
PublisherTesseract Books
Place PublishedEdmonton, AB, Canada
KeywordsCanadian author, Female author
Annotation

Authoritarian dystopia. Canada disintegrated after Québec withdrew from the confederation, and most power now is held by corporations. The prairie provinces are extremely poor and the story focuses on the use of prison labor to search in old garbage for antiques to be sold to people in the wealthy provinces.

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Author Note

Canadian female author.

Full Text

2002 Bowman, Donna. “Little Sister.” Land/Space: An Anthology of Prairie Speculative Fiction. Ed. Candas Jane Dorsey and Judy Berlyne McCrosky (Edmonton, AB, Canada: Tesseract Books, 2002), 111-25. PSt

Authoritarian dystopia. Canada has disintegrated after Québec withdrew from the confederation, and most power now is held by corporations. The prairie provinces are extremely poor, and the story focuses on the use of prison labor to search in old garbage for antiques to be sold to people in the wealthy provinces. Canadian female author.