Monthly Archives: August 2014

“On the account, please”

Yesterday, I rushed out to Echo Bay to pick up a few groceries at Dinelles’ General Store, in preparation for my contribution to the three-day “writing binge” that began this morning at nine. (Three days of writing with half a … Continue reading

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Memory and Memories

In her novel, A Complicated Kindness, Miriam Toews has her character, Nomi Nichels, say (I’m paraphrasing) “I don’t like to discuss the past with anyone else. It just introduces discrepancies.” Recently an old friend read a draft of Shifting Currents … Continue reading

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