trees running backwards
Duluth, Minnesota: A young girl prepares for her confirmation in the front pew of a church—with a frog under her cap.
Bolivia: Boudie, the pick-pocket capuchin monkey in an animal refuge, perches high in a tree with a tourist’s wallet, plucks out bills one-by-one and watches them flutter to the crowd below.
Glovertown, Newfoundland: A six-year-old girl delights in the bricks of store-bought ice cream that arrive in her tiny Newfoundland outport.
Tehran, Iran: Men and women suffer horrific punishments after members of the Komiteh, self-appointed enforcers of Islamic law, raid a graduation party.
Twenty-five stories take readers into myriad situations—sometimes moving, sometimes preposterous, sometimes shocking. These new writers show our world as silly, inspiring, cruel and fun, kind, mystifying and outrageous.
"Crowning Mary, Queen of the Lake"
Clarke, Denise P.
"Travelling Black and White Across Canada"
Coward, Audrey Briffett
"Inti Wara Yassi"
"Introduction to Keyboarding"
"Cleaning the Bathroom"
"The Future in Coffee Grinds"
National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data
Price: Names: Thirteen Writers (Group)