The Long March Home is a saga of three generations of the women set in China and North America from the 1920s to 1980s. The novel explores the growth of a young girl of a mixed parentage during the Cultural Revolution and her new life in the United States. It also portraits her American mother’s encounters and reveals her Canadian grandmother’s experience as a missionary in China.
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Born in China, Zoë S. Roy, an avid reader even during the Cultural Revolution, writes literary fiction with a focus on women’s cross-cultural experiences. Her publications include a collection of short stories, BUTTERFLY TEARS (2009), and two novels, THE LONG MARCH HOME (2011) and CALLS ACROSS THE PACIFIC (2015), published by Inanna Publications. She holds an M.Ed. in Adult Education from the University of New Brunswick and an M.A. in Atlantic Canada Studies from Saint Mary’s University. She lives in Toronto and teaches with the Essential Skills Upgrading program for the Toronto Public School Board.