The Totally Unknown Writers Festival 1996: Stories


The fourteen stories read at the 1996 Totally Unknown Writers Festival. These stories include:

the hilarious - Antonia Putica’s "Burying the Bibles" and Raven Rownchilde’s "Nick," and the sad - Hien The Chu’s "The Scent of Green Chilies," and Shannon Martin’s "Colin and His Two Favourite Ladies." The collection includes three funny and moving mother-and-daughter pieces by Laura Wilson and Gillian McIntyre’s outrageous "Suburbia."


Hien The Chu

"The Scent of Green Chilies"


Mike DeLellis

"The Day After"


Tamsin Dollin



Jennifer Lee

"Going to Chinese School"


Kwai Li

"The Fish Who Came to Dinner"


Shannon Martin

"Colin and His Two Favourite Ladies"


Gillian McIntyre



Antonia Putica

"Burying the Bibles"


Raven Rowanchilde



Lisa Wiggins

"A Valentine's Adventure"


Laura Wilson

"Bath Time"
"Communication Difficulties"


National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data

Price: $7.00 Publisher: Toronto: Life Rattle Press, 1996
Series: Life rattle new writers series 1200 5266 5
Numbers: Canadiana: 979300231 ISBN: 0969950748
Classification: LC Call no.:PS8321 T68 1996 Dewey: C813/.0108054 21
Subjects: Short stories, Canadian (English)
Canadian Fiction (English)—20th century