The Heaviest Dress
After the death of a favourite aunt with a decadent and intriguing past, a young woman travels back to Montreal for the funeral and reconsiders her own deteriorating life as a failing fashion school student in New York City.
|Published By||House of Anansi Press Inc — Dec 1, 2014|
|Written By||Mireille Silcoff is the founding editor of Guilt & Pleasure Quarterly, a magazine of new Jewish writing and ideas, and is the author of three books about drug and youth culture. She is a lead columnist with Canada's National Post and a frequent contributor to the New York Times Magazine.|