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READS OF THE YEAR 2018: P.W. Bridgman

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Jonathan Tulloch Larkinland (Seren, 2017) “Bed, upright chair, sixty-watt bulb, no hook / Behind the door, no room for books or bags — / ‘I’ll take it…” This is how, in “Mr. Bleaney,” Philip Larkin… Continue reading

READS OF THE YEAR 2017: P.W. Bridgman

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Cynthia Flood –What Can You Do (Windsor, Ontario: Biblioasis, 2017)  It is no oversight that the title of Cynthia Flood’s latest collection of short stories, What Can You Do, does not end with… Continue reading

READS OF THE YEAR 2016: P.W. Bridgman

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  Karen Solie The Road in is Not the Same Road Out (House of Anansi) Some of what we Canadians export to the rest of the world properly attracts controversy.  Oil, asbestos (until recently)… Continue reading

NO WRITERS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS WHISKEY – A SHORT STORY BY P.W. BRIDGMAN

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(photo: Art Perry) “Now here’s a fine, square-shouldered whiskey for you. You’ll like this one.” Giving Art a nod, Jack twists the bottle cap with exaggerated care, like a sapper extracting a fuse… Continue reading

2018

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Tom White Rob Mackenzie Henry King Chin Li Stephanie Green A.M. Bakalar P.W. Bridgman Maria Sledmere Richard Price Rebecca Varley-Winter Jock Stein Douglas Irving Rebecca DeWald Daniel Bosch Victoria Min-Yi Wang Callum McSorley… Continue reading

2017

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P.W. Bridgman Rebecca DeWald Henry Bell Stephanie Green Vicki Husband Andrew Lees Steve Mentz Andrew Rubens Naomi Richards Elissa Soave

2016

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Steve Mentz Samuel Tongue Catriona Knapman P.W. Bridgman Rosie Mapplebeck Michael McGill Mark West Vicki Husband Tom White Mary Kasimor Henry Bell Anne Kniggendorf Peter Adkins Lyn Marven David Ross Linklater Rebecca DeWald

Writers

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P.W. BRIDGMAN writes short fiction and poetry from Vancouver, Canada. He has published short fiction in Litro UK, Litro NY, Grain, The Antigonish Review, The New Orphic Review, The Moth Magazine, London Grip,… Continue reading

Short Fiction

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August 2019 Breaking Silence – by Laura Muetzelfeldt January 2019 Tonight You’re Fighting a Bear – by Simon Nagel The Creamy – by Donna Rutherford November 2018 The Seventeen Days – by Darryl… Continue reading

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