Set in 1970s Quebec and written with a gentle humour, The Apple House is an intimate portrait of life during a time of great change.
Gillian Campbell's short fiction has been published in Grain Magazine, Creekstones: Words & Images, The New Quarterly, and The Antigonish Review. She has a BA from the Université de Montréal and a master's of library science from the University of British Columbia, and for many years she worked as a children's librarian. Gillian grew up on the West Island of Montreal, and now makes her home on the West Coast on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. The Apple House is her first novel.