Remote and isolated, windswept and wild. You might think Arctic Norway is an odd destination for an overworked urbanist. Turns out, it's just about perfect.
Anna Maxymiw is a Toronto-based writer who just published her first book "Dirty Work," a memoir about her “fierce, filthy, exhausting, and joyous experience” as a housekeeper at a wilderness lodge in northern Ontario. An insightful and contemplative writer, her work has been published in The Globe and Mail, Maisonneuve, Maclean’s and The Washington Post, among others, and she’s a National Magazine Award-winner for humour. Read more of Anna’s writing at www.annamaxymiw.ca.