Monthly Archives: October 2014

Short Story: An Exercise

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His name was Charles. Charlie to his friends, of which he had exactly none. But he had his books. And books, as far as he was concerned, were many times better than the very best of friends. It was not so much that Charles was disagreeable. He was likable enough. He occasionally had some interesting things to say, and he… Read more »

Memoir: An Exercise

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  [Editor’s Note – I’m taking a creative writing class at the University of Guelph. This is the rough draft of a memoir assignment for that course.]   L-double I-S-A. Liisa. I can’t say that the double i’s were the reason I liked her so much, but it most definitely added to her mystique. It made her different. And in… Read more »