Monthly Archives: April 2009

tiny wings

Even now her voice sounds far away even farther than across the country whispering over phone lines and satellite. I hold the receiver against my ear my clutching fingers ache, arthritic warm plastic crushes my earlobe. At first the conversation … Continue reading

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Review: Kingfisher Days by Susan Coyne

Coyne’s sweet story of a five-year-old girl’s summer at the family cottage in northwestern Ontario is presented within the framework of a narration by her older self. The set was an ingenious adaptation to the very tiny Glen stage: stage … Continue reading

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Appyhay Irthdaybay

I was intending to read this at Connectionz Open Mike last night, but the event was moved to this coming Friday, so I guess it won’t work next Friday—or what the hay: maybe I will read it. Anyway, at some … Continue reading

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