Prairie Fire Review of Books calls What You Get at Home "very satisfying"

"What You Get at Home is a collection of 15 very satisfying short stories by Winnipeg author Dora Dueck. ...Perhaps the most poignant of the stories is 'My Name Is Magdalena.' A woman attends a writing class but writing a story brings back so many tragic memories – of moving from Ukraine to east of the Urals, then back again, and then, during World War II, having to flee with three young sons before the advancing Germans. This woman’s heartbreaking story deserves a whole book."

-- Donna Firby Gamache
Prairie Fire Review of Books
Read the full review of What You Get at Home by Dora Duck herehere.

"What You Get at Home is a collection of 15 very satisfying short stories by Winnipeg author Dora Dueck. ...Perhaps the most poignant of the stories is 'My Name Is Magdalena.' A woman attends a writing class but writing a story brings back so many tragic memories – of moving from Ukraine to east of the Urals, then back again, and then, during World War II, having to flee with three young sons before the advancing Germans. This woman’s heartbreaking story deserves a whole book."

-- Donna Firby Gamache
Prairie Fire Review of Books
Read the full review of What You Get at Home by Dora Duck herehere.