Cleavage tracks the patchwork musings of Leah, who, at twenty-four years old and two years into a relationship, discovers she has breast cancer. Told in fragments reminiscent of A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews, Cleavage details Leah's struggles with her illness and treatments, the conflict between her disease and her boyfriend, her ambivalence toward her job, and a long-standing feud with her mother and only sister.
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Theanna Bischoff is a novelist and creative writing instructor in Calgary, Alberta. Her first novel, Cleavage, was shortlisted for both the 2009 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book (Canada/the Caribbean), and the 2009 Re-Lit Awards. Theanna holds a Concentration in Creative Writing from the University of Calgary (2006) and a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology (2007). She is also the co-author of a commentary entitled "Social Cognition in the Literary Arts."
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