Fiction

The art of story-telling is a difficult one to master, but these writers have managed to bring forth wonderful characters and plots in a very short space.

 

We’d like to draw your attention in particular to “Dripping Sweat as You Think of Little Queenie” (Emanuela Curtale) and “Aint No God In War” (Grant Seman) which were runners up for the Trillium Prize for prose.  (The winner, “Mental Cabinet,” can be found in the essay section of this issue.)

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