About the Book
A poignant evocation of a small Saskatchewan town in the 60s, The Soft Eclipse follows six women, aged 16-76, through a day both strangely unique and satisfyingly “everyday” as they anticipate the coming eclipse of the sun.
News & Reviews
“This intelligent, compassionate play touches upon an inner life … which must be recognized.” —Theatrum
“A bold and imaginative effort … The Soft Eclipse verges on the profound.” —NeWest Review
About the Author
Connie Gault lives in Regina where she writes plays and fiction. She has written a short story collection entitled Inspection of a Small Village. She has written several stage plays, including The Soft Eclipse and Sky and several radio dramas. She has also written Red Lips (Scirocco Drama). From 1995-1998, she was the fiction editor for Grain magazine. She has been an active and appreciative member of the Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre for longer than she can remember.