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The Jungle On Civvy Street
The story begins with Tim Wilson lying in this prison cell contemplating his release the following day. Tim spends a sleepless final night in prison, thinking about how he ended up in this awful place and how he was sentenced to three years for something...
A memory of my Grandmothers written down.
By Clyde Donard
The final part of my account of arriving in Massachusetts from Ireland in 1970
By Derek Simon
Two Canadians visit their grandmother's hometown of Belfast, and discover some surprising connections between Ireland and Canada.
Short Story | Updated Jan 4, 2009 | Reads: 29 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2