Category Archives: Fiction

Not your usual creation story

One thing you should know about me as a character is that I like to make up stories. In the novel L is writing, I dream up tales about who vandalized my house; tales about my father’s life as a … Continue reading

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Enough about me

Exciting news for my author, L! One of her earlier books, The Art of Salvage, has appeared on CBC’s Cross-Country Bookshelf along with nine other Saskatchewan titles. Readers can find ideas for their summer reading and vote for their favourite … Continue reading

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A dozen little pieces

I wish my author, L, would keep better track of my life; I wish she wouldn’t leave it strewn about the house in bits and pieces. She’ll have a passing inspiration when she isn’t at her computer, and she’ll jot … Continue reading

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Wreckage

It takes very little time to pull a house to pieces. A CAT 320C can do the job in less than an hour on a spring morning. A stray bit of metal caught in the claw of the machine flashes … Continue reading

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