What We're Talking About in Issue 0104

by - Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Blank Spaces - June 2017
44 pages, published 5/22/2017
Volume 1, Issue 4 of Blank Spaces is a celebration of Canadian talent, featuring the work of artists—writers, painters, photographers, poets, etc.

The Undoing by Andrea Scoretz is a vulnerable account of a life dulled by the effects of alcohol and the journey away from dependency.

The Probability of Bats by Sue Corke recounts three dramatic interactions with the nocturnal mammals.

Why We ‘Rock On’ by Diane Palm writes us into the audience as Oprah Winfrey interviews the incorrigible Sisyphus of Greek mythology.

When Drew Met Maddy Though a Curtain and Told Her About His Horse, Buck by Garth Pettersen reminds us that human connection can happen anywhere if we are only willing to pull back the veil.

From the Sun by Andrea Scoretz invites us to look past the aura a person projects to the truth they may be trying to protect.

Pamela Hopwood uses lyrical skill to present a commentary on the pain and wonder of life in her poems, Guides and Histories.

Attraction by Gail Murray reminds us that first love may not be enough to sustain forever love.
Calgary artist Paula Timm gives us a glimpse into her Transformative Creative Life Story, the pieces she creates, and the path that brought her there.

In Love Thy Neighbour by Geraldine Mac Donald, the grass might be greener on the other side of the fence, but on her side, it has always been blue.

The Unmade Bed by Meg Mulligan captures the emptiness felt each morning following the end of a love affair. 

Second to Midas by Jason Grunn puts a modern spin on the old story of King Midas.

Blank Spaces - June 2017In A Passionate Retirement, Ontario artist Bev Morgan shares how leaving behind her career led her to a new kind of creative fulfillment.

Gail Murray brings us a review of the historical novel, Tides of Honour, by Canadian author, Genevieve Graham.

The Yellow by Tanya MacIntosh gazes across the wheat fields through the innocent eyes of a small child.

You are not a Genius, you have a Genius by Zlatko Stipic, explores the secrets and the perils of the muse.

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