Dennison Smith

Agent: Isobel Dixon

THE EYE OF THE DAY Literary, 288 pages Harper Collins Canada, 2014 A brutal explosion in a summer-cottage town in Vermont brings together Amos, a disfigured handyman, and Aubrey, the cosseted son of a wealthy New England family. A masterly evocation of friendship and a profound meditation on the compromises exacted by life. 

THE EYE OF THE DAY

Literary, 288 pages
Harper Collins Canada, 2014

A brutal explosion in a summer-cottage town in Vermont brings together Amos, a disfigured handyman, and Aubrey, the cosseted son of a wealthy New England family. A masterly evocation of friendship and a profound meditation on the compromises exacted by life. 

Biography: Dennison Smith is a novelist, poet and playwright whose work has been performed and published in England, Canada and the U.S.  Her first novel, SCAVENGER, was published by Insomniac Press and presented in play form as DESERT STORY. Smith is the author of two books of poetry: ANON NECESSITY and FERMATA. Originally from Chicago, she now splits her time between a small island in Canada and her home in London, England. She is completing her Ph.D in Creative and Critical Writing at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.

Her latest novel, THE EYE OF THE DAY was released by Harper Collins Canada in January 2014 and will be published in the UK by Periscope.