Past Perfect
By Karen Zelas
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Past Perfect is a story of love and loss, prejudice and resolution, as well as the search for selfhood. Prompted by a brush with mortality, her children approaching adulthood and
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Past Perfect
Digital Publishing Centre
6 January 2012
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448.0 KB
18+ years (18-99)
General & Literary Fiction

Author Biography

Karen Zelas lives in quake-struck Christchurch. A former psychiatrist and psychotherapist, she returned to university, taking creative writing papers at Canterbury University in preparation for giving up her day job. In 2009, she was the recipient of a Creative Communities grant. Karen is editor of the anthology Crest to Crest: Impressions of Canterbury, prose and poetry (Wily Publications, 2009). For the last five years, Karen has been Fiction Editor of Takahe literary magazine and chairs the Takahe Collective Board. Her stories have been published in a wide variety of magazines and anthologies, and broadcast on radio. She is married with children, grandchildren and a child-substitute: a miniature poodle.