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Vol. 1 Issue 1
February/March 2014

Editor
Hans Rollmann
Assistant Editor
Justin Brake
Graphic Designer
Graham Kennedy
Web Designer
Kieran Hanley
Cover Art
Joey Donnelly

 

Contents

Writing our culture in the 21st century: An introduction to Landwash
by Hans Rollmann

This house keeps secrets
by Hope Jamieson

Home out of it
by Melanie Oates

More tragedy than farce
by Jon Parsons

The Judgement
by Hans Rollmann

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
by Mona’a Malik

The Recipe
by Martin Poole

The romance of a Newfoundland winter
by Nancy Cater

A Night Like This
by Marion J. Lougheed

Brain Fog
by Chloe Edbrooke

Seal Cove Dawn
by Hope Jamieson

Watching Dunderdale resign: Media at work
by Graham Kennedy

An anchor in uncertain times
by Hans Rollmann

Sleigh Bells
by Keith Collier

Stock Boy
by Charlene Paterson

The Coast
by Ted Bonnah

 

Inside…

Once you’ve appreciated Joey Donnelly’s lovely art on the cover of this issue, continue on inside. Hans Rollmann introduces the journal, its origins, its raison d’etre. Percipient, perspicacious, portentously pretty poetry for this issue provided by prodigious poets Mona’a Malik, Charlene Paterson, Hope Jamieson, and Chloe Edbrooke. A profoundly real piece of short fiction by Melanie Oates opens our prose offerings, which continue with two wonderful short stories by Martin Poole and Keith Collier. To add variety, Jon Parsons offers a short creative commentary on the provincial tourism industry, Hans Rollmann engages in a longer piece of satirical (so he describes it) fiction, and Nancy Cater offers a creative reflection on our erstwhile harsh winters from the vantage of an ex-pat who’s been away for too long.

Each issue we challenge our writers to produce a piece of creative writing based around a particular theme, and for this issue the theme was: ‘Fog’. Three writers took up the challenge, and the lovely pieces of poetry and short fiction which resulted are the works of Hope Jamieson, Chloe Edbrooke, and Marion J. Lougheed, respectively.

We are journalists as well as writers: Hans Rollmann talks to the creative talents behind Riddle Fence about the launch of their new issue, and the broader role of literature in our culture, and Graham Kennedy provides a photo essay of the end of the Dunderdale era in provincial politics.

Finally, we end this issue with a movingly provocative and evocative fictional encounter between the people of Labrador and the European missionaries, flowing from the virtual pen of Ted Bonnah.

 

Contributors

Martin Poole
Martin Poole
Charlene Paterson
Charlene Paterson
Melanie Oates
Melanie Oates
Hope Jamieson
Hope Jamieson
Graham Kennedy
Graham Kennedy
Jon Parsons
Jon Parsons

 

 

Hans Rollmann
Hans Rollmann
Ted Bonnah
Ted Bonnah
Keith Collier
Keith Collier
Chloe Edbrooke
Chloe Edbrooke
Marion J. Lougheed
Marion J. Lougheed
Nancy Cater
Nancy Cater

 

 

 

 

Joey Donnelly
Joey Donnelly

 

 

Mona'a Malik
Mona’a Malik

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