Home Again is a stunning first collection of 10 short stories.” (The Kingston Whig-Standard, June 1989)


“Cynthia Holz has a remarkable assurance in her first collection of short stories… The 10 stories are a delight, familiar as friends but never predictable.” (The Ottawa Citizen, July 1989)


“Holz can be magical.” (Books in Canada, June 1989)


“Cynthia Holz is an author worth watching.” (The Globe and Mail, April 1989)


“This collection of 10 short stories presents crisp, poignant slices of life in New York and Holz’s adopted Toronto, peopled with characters who make the pages turn weightlessly.” (Images, June 1989)


“To illuminate the lives of ‘ordinary’ people is no small task, and Holz has done it with considerable skill.” (The Montreal Gazette, June 1989)


“Home Again is an arresting new collection of short fiction. Cynthia Holz challenges some basic assumptions about old age, blood relationships and motherhood.” (Peter Gzowski on CBC Radio’s Morningside, April 1989)


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