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Gail Singer

Gail Singer is a jazz lover and documentary film maker living in Toronto.

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Sisters in Jazz

In Kim Echlin’s novel, music brings two troubled women together. September 2015
Kim Echlin, in Under the Visible Life, her first novel since the success of The Disappeared, which was nominated for the 2009 Giller Prize, tantalizes the reader with a brief epigraph from jazz genius John Coltrane: “I start in the middle of a sentence and move in both directions at once.” If that had been on a playbill for a Coltrane…