Gil Adamson

Gil Adamson’s acclaimed short fiction has been widely published in magazines and literary journals. Her book of poetry, Primitive, and her collection of stories, Help Me, Jacques Cousteau, both received rave reviews. Adamson’s unique and powerful writing is once again displayed in her debut novel, The Outlander. Beginning in 1903, it is the thrilling account of a young widow’s escape into the wilderness after murdering her husband, where she falls further away from civilization and deeper into her own dark memory.