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The Goose's Tale is a magical story of two young children who find a wooden goose decoy while wandering through the frozen marshes near their home.
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Clearman (The Goose's Tale) has a fluid, readable style, but her characters can lack emotional credibility and her -land plot line fails to surprise. Nevertheless, Catherine and Isaac reach some satisfying conclusions about themselves and their future, making this a worthwhile read. She has, after all, been visiting and living there since the late 1970s. One only has to read "Todos Santos" to understand why.
Deborah Clearman is the author of CONCEPCIÓN AND THE BABY BROKERS (Rain Mountain Press, 2017), TODOS SANTOS (Black Lawrence Press, 2010), and The Goose's Tale, a children's book she wrote and illustrated. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Witness, storySouth, and Beloit Fiction Journal.
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Clearman (Todos Santos, 2010, et. opens her collection with the novella A Cup of Tears, an ethically fraught adoption tale, alternating among the perspectives of. .For all, this was a fight to survive, Clearman writes. opens her collection with the novella A Cup of Tears, an ethically fraught adoption tale, alternating among the perspectives of 15-year-old Concepción, wet nurse to a pair of twins; Prudencia, a baby contractor who acquires the toddlers; Doña Merced, who facilitates their adoption; and two American adoptive parents. Concepción wants to escape north