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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
154
Utgivningsdatum
2016-10-18
Förlag
Ottawa Independent Writers
Medarbetare
Robert, Barclay (red.)/Mag, Carson (ill.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
Mag Carson
Illustrationer
Illustrations, black and white
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780920987117
Thirty at Thirty (häftad)

Thirty at Thirty

Thirty Stories, Thirty Years, Ottawa Independent Writers

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Thirty years ago a disparate group of Ottawa writers decided it was time to get together. The initiators of Ottawa Independent Writers represented the full range of literature novelists (in many genres), poets, speechwriters, historians, journalists, essayists and more. By 1990 OIW had hundreds of members, had organized a succesful conference, and had published many newsletters and several anthologies. From the beginning, the OIW has always had this wide base, and this 30th anniversary anthology is evidence is evidence of the same spectrum. There continues to be a great deal of talent in OIW; some writers are beginners, others have years of writing experience. and some are starting to write after long experience in other fields. Every story in the anthology demonstrates the members' craft and skill. We can heartily recommend them to you, and we know you are sure to find a few -- or many -- that speak to you.
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Norm Rosolen, A Loon, a Bear and a Dog ............................1
Gladys Galay, Snow Day...............................................................7
Silvia Alfaro, Living My Dreams.................................................13
Jessica Clarke, A Mother's Choice..........................................17
Keith Newton, A Nice Cup of Tea.............................................23
Majid Kafai, About Poetry...........................................................27
Keith Newton, Oh Brother!........................................................31
Qais Ghanem, Message to Aylan...........................................33
Laurie Stewart, The Soul Eggs...............................................35
Maggie Taylor, A Little Harmless Flirtation............................41
Neven Humphrey, A Letter From Mrs Beezie Boddy............53
Norm Rosolen, The Writer.......................................................57
Raeanne G. Roy, The Solarium..............................................61
Benoit Chartier, Native..............................................................67
Rem Westland, Thanks for Your Service..............................71
Ian Prattis, Vietnam War Memorial........................................77
Susan Taylor Meehan, Today I Took Up Running...............79
Barbara Florio Graham, Hero.................................................83
Robert Barclay, The Little Drummer.......................................89
Norm Rosolen, Welly................................................................91
Hazel Johnson, Hawai'i: A Different Perspective.................95
Ian Prattis, Dawson's Desert Legacy...................................101
Peggy Lehmann, The Message of the Rose......................105
Molly O'Connor, Bragging Rights...........................................111
Raymond D. Tremblay, The White Rose..............................115
Mary Ellen Kot, Egg Thief.........................................................117
Robert Barclay, There's a Short Story Here.........................121
Susan Taylor Meehan, The Year of Not Speaking..............123
Benoit Chartier, Extras.............................................................129
Susan Jennings, Eleanor Does Not Camp!........................133
Biographies of the Contributors............................................141