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An excerpt of a short story I wrote will be published in Faire Magazine Issue 02. You can pick up the (beautifully screenprinted) issue (which features a space sloth) on Saturday, March 5th at Akin Collective, Model Citizen, The Big Chill (367 Manning Ave.) or by tracking yourself down an Annie Webber.
Read an excerpt of the excerpt by clicking below:
Brown often wondered about carrying things…
“Wild idleness” is a quote from a Lew Welch poem, and the prose is inspired by a handful of different nights and days over a handful of different years in a handful of different places, from Oakland to Ohio to Tennessee to Toronto. The magazine is published by the amazing Annie Webber and the incomparable Caitlin Pupillo.
To read my vignette for their Joyeux St Valentin Issue, click below:
“We would contemplate motion. We would be endlessly contemplating motion…”
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS GIRL?
Inspired by one girl’s 4 am scrawling of love lists on a crowded couch in Kensington Market, I present the Love Lost List, a lamenting compendium of things my clumsy self has left strewn across the better part of a continent in the past few years-written in hopes that someone, somewhere, is loving these things as much as I did.
-LOST: A thick black journal with heavy cream pages, perfect for scrawling afternoon laments in Commercial Drive coffee shops. Last seen on a Greyhound bus bound northeast from Chicago in the sweaty summer of 2008. Any information as to the whereabouts of this almost-full book of thoughts would be sincerely appreciated. Read more on Romance in the Dressing Room…