Monday Reader -- Reading Worth the Read

Imagine that you've been walking through Stanley Park in Vancouver all day and you just can't walk another inch. The day is broiling, but this pretty little bench is in the shade. You think you'll be prettier if you sit on it too. Have a seat and take out these Monday Reads. They're from Fictionaut, a writers' community I've been involved with for a couple of years now.


The Sentinel by Marcus Speh

The Tightrope Walker's Demonstration: Coming Out by Beate Sigriddaughter

A Journey of Seven Thousand Miles by Bill Yarrow

Potato Head by Stephen Hastings-King

Going to Reseda on the 405 by Robert Vaughan 

Mesozoic Misanthropy vs. Holocene Humanitarianism, or The New Dinosaurs by strannikov


I must be off, 


One Year Ago on I Must Be Off!


  1. I can imagine that. Some interesting reads here. Thanks for the links.


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