Claudia Dey is the author of Stunt, a Globe and Mail and Quill & Quire Book of the Year. Her plays have been produced internationally and nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Award and Trillium Book Award. Dey has also worked as a horror film actress and a cook in lumber camps across northern Canada, and she is the co-founder of the design studio and clothing label Horses Atelier. She lives in Toronto. Website: claudiadey.com. Twitter: @claudiadey and @horsesatelier. Instagram: @claudiadeytona.
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- “Dey strips away the trappings of modernity to show what humans truly are at base, while eschewing the usual cult narrative” – In Publishers Weekly
Interviews and Articles:
- “Dey spent eight summers working on lumber camps in Northern Ontario, Alberta, and B.C. from her late teens to mid-20s, living in tents and communing with black bears” – In Quill & Quire
- “very season has a mood, a feeling, some combination of memories, moments and nostalgia. You know it—you feel it—even if you’ve never really thought about it” – In FASHION Magazine
When Billie Jean Fontaine vanishes one October night in her bare feet with only her truck keys, those closest to her begin a frantic search. Her daughter, Pony, a girl struggling against being a teen in the middle of nowhere; her killer dog to whom she cannot tell a lie; her husband, The Heavy, a man haunted by his past; and the charismatic Supernatural, a teenage boy longing only to be average. Each holds a different piece of the puzzle, and they must come together to understand the darkest secrets of their beloved and expose the mysteries of the human heart.